Airbyte Bolsters Enterprise-Level Security with ISO 27001 Security Standard Certification

Certification confirms Airbyte meets global standards for confidentiality and integrity of customer data

Airbyte, creators of the fastest-growing open-source data integration platform, announced that the company has earned the ISO/IEC 27001:2017 certification following an extensive audit of Airbyte Cloud.

The certification, which Airbyte received from the British Assessment Bureau, confirms that Airbyte’s security program and Airbyte Cloud service meet the standards set by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in partnership with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). ISO 27001 is a globally-recognized Information Security Management System (ISMS) and Airbyte’s certification – coming so soon after receiving its SOC2 Type II report – signals its continued investment in data protection and prioritization of user trust.

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“Data protection is not a static achievement, but one that requires continuous improvement and attention to evolving practices, standards, and customer needs. We want customers to feel secure in their decision to use Airbyte, and we hope this certification demonstrates our commitment to that”

“Data protection is not a static achievement, but one that requires continuous improvement and attention to evolving practices, standards, and customer needs. We want customers to feel secure in their decision to use Airbyte, and we hope this certification demonstrates our commitment to that,” said Patsy Bailin, head of data policy, Airbyte. “The pace with which Airbyte is hitting security milestones like SOC2 Type II and ISO 27001 certification demonstrates the importance of data protection in our company’s priorities.”

With its growing community of 10,000 data practitioners and 500 contributors, Airbyte is redefining the standard of moving and consolidating data from different sources to data warehouses, data lakes, or databases in a process referred to as extract, load, and, when desired, transform (ELT). Over the past year and a half, more than 20,000 companies have used Airbyte to sync data from sources such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, Facebook Ads, Salesforce, Stripe, and connect to destinations that include Redshift, Snowflake, Databricks, and BigQuery

Airbyte’s open-source data integration solves two problems. First, companies always have to build and maintain data connectors on their own because most less popular “long tail” data connectors are not supported by closed-source ELT technologies. Second, data teams often have to do custom work around pre-built connectors to make them work within their unique data infrastructure.

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