ClouderaInc (CLDR), a provider of advanced analytics and machine learning solutions, announced on January 27 that it had received SOC 2 certification, allowing it to take on larger customer projects with stricter data protection standards. It is a requirement established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) for highly regulated businesses to achieve SOC 2 Type II certification.
A certification process includes verifying conformity with several International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards and is conducted regularly by independent auditors. A privacy management system evaluation is generally used to determine how well customer data is protected.
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The Cloudera team is committed to meeting stringent requirements. Eight out of the top ten largest banks globally, nine of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, and all of the world’s largest communication providers are clients of ClouderaInc (CLDR).
Cloudera platform combines the latest developments in sensitive data management in Shared Data Experience (SDX) toolkit. A special feature of this system is that it uses metadata to monitor cloud systems continuously. It calculates smart security policies based on different scenarios, workloads in warehousing, and information centers. SDX will ensure access authorization and data tracking.
The rise and fall of price influences many traders, so they tend to concentrate more on the stock’s 200-day moving average to overcome the fluctuating effect. In determining support and resistance levels, investors are more likely to utilize the SMA-200 measure at various trading activity points, and CLDR’s SMA-200 is currently $11.29.
Cloudera Inc. (NYSE: CLDR) is trading at around $15.29, about 221.22% above its 52-week low value. Within intraday trading, CLDR shares hit highs of $15.49 and lows of $13.88. Recently, shares of the company have hit highs of $15.50 and lows of $4.76 during the previous 52 weeks, while the intraday change has been just 6.03%.