As a service provider or a steward of third-party data, supplying customers with transparency through a System and Organization Controls (SOC) report can help instill confidence in your company’s internal controls and business processes. However, recent changes to SOC reporting may render existing reports inadequate and introduce additional complexities. This is especially true for controls around security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy for SOC 2 reports with periods ending after December 15, 2018.
Join us for our on-demand webcast to learn steps for navigating new and improved SOC examinations. We cover key strategies to help your company stay up to date with changing requirements as well as the following topics:
- Different types of reports, when to use them, and why
- A step-by-step explanation of SOC audits to demystify the process
- Guidance on how to prepare for an audit, including navigating the readiness process
- Reasons technology experiences matter when performing a SOC examination