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Structural Security Recommendations
Structural Security Recommendations

Security practices, Customer data, Privacy.

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Written by David Hoyt
Updated over a week ago

To ensure good security practices, Structural recommends the following:

  • Structural encourages customer organizations to implement sound and consistent internal controls regarding general IT system access and system usage.

  • Customers should deactivate user accounts for any users who have been terminated and are no longer with the customer organization.

  • Changes to customer data should be appropriately authorized and completed in a timeline manner.

  • For customers who send data to Structural, data should be protected by appropriate methods to ensure confidentiality, privacy, integrity, availability, and non-repudiation. It’s encouraged that customers implement appropriate controls requiring additional approval procedures for critical transactions relating to Structural’s services.

  • Customers should report to Structural in a timely manner any material changes to their overall control environment that may adversely affect services being performed by Structural.

  • Customers are responsible for notifying Structural in a timely manner of any changes to personnel directly involved with administrative services performed by Structural.

  • Customers are responsible for adhering to the terms and conditions stated within their contracts with Structural.


Please note, the list of customer control considerations presented above do not represent a comprehensive set of all the controls that should be employed by our customer organizations.

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