Split Announces Advancements to its Intelligent Security Framework

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Split, the leading feature experimentation platform, today announced enhancements to its security readiness in response to new data regulations, including General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The company is continuing investments in Split’s Intelligent Security (SPIS) Framework, which provides comprehensive enterprise security for software delivery. The announcement also marks Split’s SOC2 Type 1 certification, underscoring Split’s dedication to security and enterprise GDPR readiness. Split understands the importance of a successful transition to GDPR for the platform and its customers. This announcement marks the launch of Split’s Trust site and dedicated security and compliance documentation providing insights into the policies and procedures Split maintains. For more information, visit Trust & Security, and for more details around policies and procedures, view Split’s security and compliance documentation.”

Adil Aijaz, CEO & co-founder at Split, commented, “We recognize the significance of these reforms both to our customers and to the services we provide. Our customers expect to work with partners who commit to compliant data protection and information security standards when handling their data… Split plays a critical role in avoiding unnecessary risk. We support accountability and transparency through the high-speed nature of experimentation, allowing your data to be adequately protected and GDPR-ready.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: Split

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