Information Security: Protecting Client and Class Member Data


We go to great lengths to protect the confidentiality of the data maintained on behalf of our clients – providing our clients with the highest standard of care to maintain the confidentiality of each settlement.

Exceeding the requirements of SOC2, Analytics holds a FISMA-moderate “Authority to Operate” from the Securities and Exchange Commision and the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, and a “Authority to Operate”
from the Federal Trade Commission – and our information security program has been reviewed and approved by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as well as the Securities and Exchange Commission.  Regardless of a client’s compliance requirements, Analytics will exceed their expectations. With the Federal agency responsible for enforcing data privacy laws as a client, we provide the highest standard of care in protecting the accuracy and confidentiality of the information we collect and manage.

Our high security standards offer:

  • Effective internal controls: Analytics is accredited under the Federal Information Security and Management Act (“FISMA”) and undergoes an annual audit to demonstrate the effectiveness of our internal controls. In fact, our standards are high enough that the Federal agencies responsible for enforcing data privacy laws are counted among our clients.
  • Global privacy protection: As class litigation becomes increasingly global, our data privacy protections and practices also comply with the EU-U.S. and Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework to provide added assurance to our clients that their class member data is protected around the world.
  • Detailed Federal reporting: Analytics has adopted the more stringent Federal information security standards. Our comprehensive Federal System Test and Evaluation Report provides greater detail than a standard SOC2 Report– and corresponds closely with SOC2  and ISO 27002 standards.