dxFeed makes SOC 2 audit available to clients

Rick Steves

dxFeed has launched a Trust Center aimed at centralizing the resources addressing compliance and security for clients’ self-service exploration and delivery.

Available at dxFeed.com, the dxFeed Trust Center collects quality and security assurances of dxFeed practices, specifically for clients in the large corporate segment and regulated entities, who have particularly high standards in vendor assessment and security.

The provider of data solutions and index management added the Trust Center to prove the quality of dxFeed’s internal and external processes with an independent qualified third-party validation.

dxFeed’s SOC 2 audit available on dxFeed Trust Center

Oleg Solodukhin, Chief Executive Officer of dxFeed, said: “We’ve created dxFeed Trust Center to provide our partners and customers with the measures we have applied over the years to ensure the reliability and resilience of our operational environments. SOC 2 audit for dxFeed processes is an added layer of assurance for any interested party. It demonstrates that we have taken all steps necessary to ensure the required level of security and safety across all our services.”

dxFeed had one of the lar­gest in­de­pen­dent con­sul­ting firms in Ger­many, specializing in Assurance, Advisory, Risk, and Compliance services, conducting a SOC 2 audit, which is available for download on the dxFeed Trust Center page.

SOC 2 is a recognized auditing standard developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). dxFeed has proven to be up to the standard, which are also verified through an in-depth independent audit. They relate to security, availability, and confidentiality.

dxFeed provides data solutions and index management for the financial industry operating both in traditional and crypto markets. dxFeed focuses primarily on delivering financial information and services to buy–and sell–side institutions, including brokerages, prop traders, exchanges, individuals (traders, quants, and portfolio managers), and academia (educational institutions and researchers).

dxFeed powers market data on many retail platforms

Last month, dxFeed extended its B2B2C (retail) partnership network with Overcharts, which now boasts Market Depth and Top of Book US and EU Futures, Nasdaq TotalView and Cboe FX on its professional, multiple data-feeds trading platform.

Overcharts provides users with multiple data-feeds technical analysis software and trading platform, designed by traders for traders and educators.

Teaming up with dxFeed enhances the scope and quality of market data available for Overcharts users, who can now subscribe to a single market or save $57 each month by buying the CME Group package. Prices start from $19 per month and the list of data feeds will continue to grow.

dxFeed’s B2B2C (retail) partnership network includes several retail platforms, such as NinjaTrader, Medved Trader, MotiveWave, Easy Scalp, and others.

dxFeed will be targeting retail users with an upcoming terminal product that will focus on deep market research, traditional charting widgets with value-added premium services, and real-time exchange and OTC data.

dxFeed is a subsidiary of Devexperts, which has just launched a white-label fractional shares platform.

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