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16 Companies Earn CompTIA Security Trustmark

Business-level accreditation validates use of industry accepted best practices for security. By ChannelPro

16 Companies Earn CompTIA Security Trustmark

Business-level accreditation validates use of industry accepted best practices for security.

CompTIA, the trade association for the IT industry based in Oakbrook Terrace, Ill., announced that 16 technology service and solution provider companies have attained the CompTIA Security Trustmark. The Security Trustmark validates that the companies use the security processes identified by the IT industry as generally accepted best practices.

 "The complexity of the security landscape is leading many organizations to question whether they have the in-house capabilities to handle that complexity; but they are often uncertain about the qualifications of service providers, particularly when it comes to security," says Todd Thibodeaux, president and CEO, CompTIA.

 "The CompTIA Security Trustmark is the standard of quality for information security," Thibodeaux adds. "Companies that attain this accreditation adhere to our industry's highest standards for security practices and processes."

Companies earning the CompTIA Security Trustmark include:

AHR Consulting, Oakland, N.J.
Alvaka Networks, Irvine, Calif.
Black Box Computer Consulting, Ithaca, N.Y.
Cat-Tec, Markham, Ontario, Canada
Computer Transition Services, Lubbock, Texas
Jenaly Technology Group, Portsmouth, N.H.
MSPSN, Omaha, Neb.
Network Management Group, Inc., Hutchinson, Kan.
Preferred IT Group, Columbia City, Ind.
Ron Cook's Connecting Point Technology Center, Las Vegas, Nev.
Secure My Company, Encino, Calif.
TeamLogicIT, Mission Viejo, Calif.
Technology Specialists, Fort Wayne, Ind.
tekjet LLC, Denver, Colo.
Vernon Technology Solutions, Markham, Ontario, Canada
Vital Signs Technology - San Ramon, Calif.

To attain the CompTIA Security Trustmark, companies are independently audited by IT security experts to assess their security policies, capabilities, practices, and processes in areas such as business continuity planning; access management; incident management; personnel security; security awareness and training; data protection; technical infrastructure; partner management; physical and environmental security; compliance; and service delivery.

The CompTIA Security Trustmark is renewable on an annual basis. For more information, visit http://www.comptia.org/sections/trustmark/.

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