Johnson & Quin Achieves SOC 2 Compliance

Eric Seward November 4, 2019

Johnson & Quin, a full-service provider of direct mail production and mailing services, today announced successful completion of their 2019 SOC 2 Type 2 examination. The company initially completed their SOC 2 Type 1 examination in 2018.

Completing the examination “verifies that our security processes are consistent, ongoing and sustainable,” explained Manish Haria, VP, CISO and CIO for Johnson & Quin. “Putting a compliance framework in place and having it audited by independent third parties keeps us secure.”

Johnson & Quin’s efforts allow them to demonstrate a substantially higher level of assurance and operational visibility than companies that have not undergone annual SOC 2 examinations. As a provider of high-volume, complex communication programs that require both personalized and variable data printing, this reassurance is crucial for the company and their clients.

“Johnson & Quin processes millions of records of consumer data each year for our clients, including many financial services, insurance, retail and other industries. It is essential that our handling of their data meets the top security and compliance guidelines not just most of the time, but on an ongoing and consistent basis so that our clients are confident in the safety of their data and marketing materials,” stated Kay Wilt, Director of Marketing.

Johnson & Quin Achieves SOC 2 Compliance

Many customers request the company’s SOC report as a condition of doing business. The successful examination allows Johnson & Quin to reassure their clients that the company is continuously monitoring their security procedures and investing in critical compliance initiatives.

“Many clients in the financial and other industries require that their marketing service providers have security procedures and processes that have been audited by outside authorities,” Wilt noted. “It certifies that we do have the controls in place to manage our clients’ data securely on an ongoing basis.”

All examination efforts were completed by the professional and independent third-party audit firm, 360 Advanced, Inc.

“360 Advanced helped us understand the compliance requirements based on the type of sensitive data we handle,” Haria noted. “They worked on understanding our business services, as well as the security that was in place to protect the information. [Their] approach to looking at controls was always both risk-based and compliance-based.”

As part of the examination, Johnson & Quin was measured against the AICPA Trust Services Criteria for Security. With third-party assurance that these criteria have been met, the company can continue delivering direct mail programs, while assuring that their clients’ information will remain secure.

About Johnson & Quin

Johnson & Quin is a trusted national provider of full-service direct mail production and mailing services. They offer the latest in production technologies including high-speed full color inkjet printing in combination with expert postal optimization to achieve the lowest postage and delivery costs for clients’ direct mail and communication programs. For more information on Johnson & Quin, visit