Asset Compliant Solutions (ACS) Achieves SOC 2 Compliance Certification

Asset Compliant Solutions (ACS) has always known what it stands for. Since 1998 when CEO Brian Noble founded the company, ACS has dedicated itself to “doing good work and doing it right.” As a result, the company has built a reputation for delivering exceptional collections and recovery outcomes, superior service and an unwavering commitment to ethical business conduct.


For 25 years the company has stayed true to these principles in good times and bad – helping clients improve portfolio performance while protecting them and their reputations from risk. And today, the company is pleased to announce the latest milestone in leading edge client risk protection – SOC2 Compliance.

SOC2, or Service Organization Control 2, is a rigorous set of standards and guidelines that ensure that ACS’s information systems and controls are secure and able to protect sensitive customer data. Our compliance with SOC2 demonstrates how seriously ACS takes the business of maintaining the security and confidentiality of client and customer data.

ACS’s ability to meet stringent SOC2 standards is a testament to the robustness of the company’s information systems and controls. By achieving SOC2 compliance, ACS is able to demonstrate to clients, regulators and other stakeholders that the company is committed to protecting sensitive data and maintaining the trust and confidence of clients and customers.

Another important benefit of SOC2 compliance is that it helps to protect ACS clients’ reputations. In the digital age, a lender’s reputation is more important than ever. A data breach or other security incident can cause significant damage and can even lead to lost business and customers. ACS’s SOC2 compliance helps to ensure that systems and controls are robust enough to protect sensitive data, which can help to preserve trust and confidence in the lender’s company.

SOC 2 compliance is one more way ACS is keeping its 25-year-old promise to “do good work and do it right.”