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SOC Reports

Validate Controls for Peace of Mind.

Companies are under increased pressure to demonstrate that they have effective processes and controls in place. System and Organization Control (SOC) engagements (formerly known as SAS 70 or SSAE 16 reviews) have become the gold standard for examining, assessing and reporting on financial, data and cybersecurity controls.

Our SOC experts work alongside you to ensure that your control activities meet industry best practices and satisfy the scrutiny of your clients and their auditors.

Which Report Do You Need?

Find the Right Report for You.

SOC 1

Who uses the audit info?

  • Users’ Controllers’ Office
  • Users’ Auditors

Why?

  • Audits of Financial Statements

What does the audit report on?

  • Internal Controls Over Financial Statements

SOC 2

Who uses the audit info?

  • Internal Management
  • Regulators 

Why?

  • GRC Programs
  • Oversight
  • Due Diligence

What does the audit report on?

  • Security
  • Availability
  • Processing Integrity
  • Privacy Controls

SOC 3

Who uses the audit info?

  • General Public

Why?

  • Marketing Purposes
  • Detail not Required

What does the audit report on?

  • General Customer Assurance
  • Marketing

SOC for Cybersecurity

Who uses the audit info?

  • Senior Management
  • Board of Directors
  • Analysts
  • Investors
  • Business Partners

Why?

  • To provide intended users with information about an entity’s cybersecurity risk management program for making informed decisions

What does the audit report on?

  • Enterprise-wide Cybersecurity Risk Management Program

SOC for Supply Chain

Who uses the audit info?

  • Senior management
  • board of directors
  • Analysts
  • Investors
  • Business partners

Why?

  • To provide intended users with information about the controls relevant to the SOC 2 Trust Criteria and allow management of the risks arising from business relationships with their supplier and distribution networks.

What does the audit report on?

  • Allows an entity that produces, manufactures, or distributes products to have a supply chain assurance report.

Readiness Review

We also offer a readiness review to help ensure your controls will be effective and in place during the SOC reporting period. We’ll analyze any weaknesses of current controls, and provide recommendations for you to correct these weaknesses prior to starting an actual SOC engagement.

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