Trans Audit operating in the transportation post payment audit industry, only receives information on its Client’s paid transportation bills to identify potential overcharges and overpayments. The integrity, confidentiality, and protection of Client and Trans Audit data is of the utmost importance. Examples of how Trans Audit accomplishes this follow:

Need-to-Know Data Visibility: Varying levels of system authorization, application authorization, and data access are assigned on a need-to know-basis. Individual Trans Audit employees onlyhave access to systems, applications, data, and information required to strictly to perform their job function.

Robust Authentication: Trans Audit prioritizes secure access to our technology by continually implementing robust authentication mechanisms. For example, user authentication is strengthened through multi-factor authentication (MFA) or two-factor authentication (2FA), ensuring only authorized personnel can access information and systems.

Firewalls: Extensive firewalls and access limitations protect the Trans Audit network, acting as a barrier between our internal systems and external networks. These firewalls are configured to filter incoming and outgoing traffic, allowing only authorized communication while blocking unauthorized access attempts.

Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems (IDPS): Trans Audit employs IDPS to detect and prevent unauthorized access attempts and potential attacks on our technology infrastructure.

Encryption: Employing multiple encryption protocols, Trans Audit protects data transmission and storage. All sensitive information, such as user credentials, customer data, and financial transactions are encrypted using strong encryption algorithms, ensuring confidentiality and integrity.

Secure Data Storage: A secure infrastructure for data storage is maintained by Trans Audit. Regular backups and disaster recovery plans are in place to safeguard against data loss or breaches and ensure continuous operation.

Regular Security Updates & Upgrades: The security of Trans Audit’s technology is prioritized by promptly applying security updates and patches. This includes operating system updates, application patches, and security fixes, minimizing the risk of vulnerabilities being exploited. More importantly, Trans Audit continually upgrades its data and system protections to ensure the highest degree of security in the transportation post audit industry.

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