ISO 27001 is the highest international standard for implementing, maintaining, and improving information security management systems (ISMS).
dasGate has been certified in this ISO 27001 standard by having a complete information security management system in continuous improvement. The scope of this certification covers all activities and services offered by dasGate.
The services developed by dasGate are covered by the SOC 2 report.
SOC 2 is a report based on the Trust Services Criteria (TSC) of the Auditing Standards Board of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
This report evaluates an organization’s information systems related to security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy. The SOC 2 report includes a detailed description of more than 100 controls to protect the data processed in the services offered by dasGate’s solutions.
dasGate periodically undergoes an external audit to verify compliance with this standard.
ISO 9001 is defined as the internationally recognised standard for quality management systems (QMS). ISO 9001 provides a framework and a set of principles to ensure a logical approach to managing your organisation to the satisfaction of your customers and stakeholders.
dasGate has achieved certification to this ISO 9001 standard by comprehensively and continuously improving the quality system. The scope of this certification encompasses all processes offered by dasGate.
Using an AI-based system guarantees accuracy, security and data protection in a sense required by privacy principles by default and by design.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European regulation on protecting individuals about the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data.
The GDPR includes a series of principles and requirements that determine the correct processing of personal data, which leads to the establishment of multiple policies, procedures and good practice guidelines that dasGate has implemented and reinforced by its certifications in the field of information security.
dasGate complies with the requirements of the Mexican regulation, in part due to its similarity to European data protection regulations regarding the rights of data subjects and the obligations of controllers and data processors.
Mexico’s data protection framework is made up of several different sets of rules, including the Ley Federal de Protección de Datos Personales en Posesión de los Particulares (Federal Law on the Protection of Personal Data in Possession of Individuals, LFPDPPP) and its Regulation.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a privacy law that regulates any business that may process the personal information of California residents, so in practice, it can affect businesses anywhere in the US or the world.
dasGate complies with the requirements set forth by the CCPA, which is clearly strengthened by the data processing policies dasGate applies in the provision of its services (controller control of how data is processed, privacy by default and by design, etc.).
dasGate has established security measures and privacy by default and by design principles, and complies with the obligations established for data processors, which are always regulated in a contract with its clients.
In Colombia, personal data protection is regulated by Law 1581 of 2012 and various decrees, developing the principles established by the Constitution.
dasGate has been certified in the Digital Pact launched in 2021 by the Spanish Data Protection Agency. Its objective is that institutions and entities, both public and private, take a more active role in promoting a healthier and more respectful culture in a network that must continue to be of everyone and for everyone.
To this end, its members commit themselves to promote and disseminating the importance of Personal Data Protection in this respect and the guidelines for a respectful lifestyle on the Internet. On the other hand, to publicise the tools that are available to us to combat digital violence, such as the Priority Channel that the Agency has developed to collect complaints in this area”.
Our technology is developed by Veridas, a company recognised for its commitment to quality, regulation and compliance. For this reason, we have the following certifications.
Veridas has been submitting its technologies to NIST evaluations since 2018 and continues to do so with the firm belief that constant scrutiny is the only way to maintain its position as a world leader in the biometric solutions market.
We are the only company in the world to be present at the NIST 1:1 and 1:N assessments in facial, and voice recognition (1:1)
The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is the world’s most trusted institution for biometric solutions. (NIST) is the most relevant institution in the standardization of biometric technologies. NIST conducts periodic evaluations of biometric engines submitted by different vendors to assess and provide unbiased rates of accuracy and performance in different environments.
NIST participation is entirely free and open to any vendor or institution.
Veridas has ISO 30107-3 from iBeta. This certificate approves that the proof-of-life and facial biometric identity verification technology has successfully passed all the demanding requirements regarding attacks in verifying individuals’ identities.
ISO/IEC 30107 refers to the detection of presentation attacks or, in other words, the detection of attempts to impersonate or deceive the system. For this purpose, Veridas solutions have active and passive anti-spoofing mechanisms (depending on whether or not they require user action).
All Veridas systems include anti-spoofing fraud prevention techniques. In addition, Veridas’ facial recognition system (das-Face) has achieved iBETA certification to ISO/IEC 30107-3 Level 1.