Grandview Analytics achieves SOC 2 Type II certification

Grandview Analytics’ Rivvit achieves SOC2 certification

Grandview Analytics has achieved the System and Organizations Controls (SOC) 2 Type II certificate for its Rivvit data management and reporting platform.

Industry-Standard Accreditation

Grandview Analytics announced that it has successfully achieved a System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2 Type II certificate for its Rivvit data management and reporting platform.

The SOC 2 audit is one of the highest recognized standards of information security compliance in the world. It was developed by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) to allow a third-party auditor to validate a service company’s internal controls with respect to information security. The SOC 2 Audited Report is the auditor’s opinion on how an organization’s security controls meet the SOC 2 criteria.

To obtain the audited SOC 2 Report, a third-party auditor reviewed Grandview’s internal controls including policies, procedures, and infrastructure regarding data security, firewall configurations, change management, logical access, backup and disaster recovery, security incident response, and other critical areas of the business.

Client Relationships Built on Trust

Thanks to a company-wide effort, Grandview successfully achieved compliance and received an Auditor’s Report demonstrating that the company’s policies, procedures, and infrastructure meet or exceed the SOC 2 criteria.

“Robust information security and change management controls are the foundation of our managed service offering,” said Greg Dziad, Chief Operating Officer of Grandview Analytics. “We are committed to being the partner that financial institutions turn to for data management and reporting, combining best-in-class technology with the security and reliability today’s highly regulated financial services industry requires. Clients can feel confident that their data is safe with us.”


Grandview Analytics is a technology consulting and data management software company serving the insurance industry. We provide strategic advisory, technology implementation, and data services to help asset managers and asset owners overcome technology, data management, and reporting challenges associated with evolving regulatory requirements and a shift toward more sophisticated asset allocation policies for complex asset classes and multi-manager strategies.

Our managed data and reporting platform, Rivvit, integrates disparate data to give insurers a single source of accurate, actionable, and reliable data. Contact our team for more information about how to consolidate your disparate data sources into a single version of the truth for your organization.


Greg Dziad

Greg Dziad

Greg is Chief Operations Officer, Technology and Data Services at Grandview Analytics. Greg is a solutions-driven technology leader with over 20 years of experience in the financial industry.


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