Sixteen Companies Earn CompTIA Security Trustmark

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<strong>Oakbrook Terrace, Ill. </strong><br />CompTIA, a trade association for the world&rsquo;s information technology (IT) industry, announced that 16 technology service and solution provider companies have attained the <a href="" target="_blank">CompTIA Security Trustmark</a>. <br /> <br />The CompTIA Security Trustmark validates that the companies use the security processes identified by the IT industry as generally accepted best practices.<br /> <br />&ldquo;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,&rdquo; said Todd Thibodeaux, president and chief executive officer at CompTIA. <br /> <br />&ldquo;The CompTIA Security Trustmark is the standard of quality for information security,&rdquo; Thibodeaux added. &ldquo;Companies that attain this accreditation adhere to our industry&rsquo;s highest standards for security practices and processes.&rdquo; <br /> <br />Companies earning the CompTIA Security Trustmark include:<br /> <br /><ul><li>AHR Consulting, Oakland, N.J. </li><li>Alvaka Networks, Irvine, Calif.</li><li>Black Box Computer Consulting, Ithaca, N.Y.</li><li>Cat-Tec, Markham, Ontario, Canada</li><li>Computer Transition Services, Lubbock, Texas</li><li>Jenaly Technology Group, Portsmouth, N.H. </li><li>MSPSN, Omaha, Neb. </li><li>Network Management Group Inc., Hutchinson, Kan. </li><li>Preferred IT Group, Columbia City, Ind. </li><li>Ron Cook&#39;s Connecting Point Technology Center, Las Vegas, Nev. </li><li>Secure My Company, Encino, Calif. </li><li>TeamLogicIT, Mission Viejo, Calif.</li><li>Technology Specialists, Fort Wayne, Ind.</li><li>tekjet LLC, Denver, Colo.</li><li>Vernon Technology Solutions, Markham, Ontario, Canada</li><li>Vital Signs Technology, San Ramon, Calif.</li></ul> <br />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. <br />

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