Scholar Coin is a decentralized network based on blockchain technology and designed to supplement traditional educational funding by creating a decentralized education organization with peer-to-peer funding capabilities. Scholar Coin compliments the existing education system by providing a new channel whereby educational resources can flow into the hands of students. By facilitating safe and secure peer to peer donations, and peer to peer exchanges, Scholar Coin frees students from the traditional funding mechanisms and empowers them to take control of their educational futures through the cultivation and development of a secure online reputation.
SpoonRead is a founding member of the Scholar Coin Education Network. For more information, please visit www.ScholarCoin.net
Systems Analysis Services provides complete IT solutions including software, hardware and network security. Our unique industry partnerships with HP, HPE, Cisco, Dell, Samsung and other manufacturers enable us to deliver market-leading products and services to you. Many of our client relationships span decades, thanks to our commitment to reduced pricing, unmatched service and dynamic industry partnerships.
You can rest easy knowing that our trained IT experts are onsite handling your implementation or setup. This greatly reduces the time to market and implementation costs. Our service also includes training for your staff members, who are invited to shadow our consultants. Whether you simply need to evaluate hardware or software, or require a proof of concept, we’re your committed IT partner. Our proven strategy enables you to complete projects on time, on target and on budget.
SpoonRead has successfully completed its Type 1 Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Compliance audit. Based on reporting principles developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Type 1 SOC 2 Compliance provides a framework for organizations to document, obtain independent validation of and publish their information security policies and procedures.
In order to pass the Type 1 SOC 2 audit, SpoonRead upgraded its infrastructure and data control policies to ensure that they adhere to AICPA’s SOC 2 guidelines for security, system availability, processing integrity, as well as data confidentiality and privacy. The audit required a written description of SpoonRead’s security procedures, including protocols for storing, encrypting, sharing and protecting sensitive data. SpoonRead also needed to commit to a regular security check on its infrastructure, have recovery plans in place in the event of a server crash, and verify that all systems are protected from unauthorized access.