Microsoft SSPA Program Attestation

If your organization is a current or aspiring Microsoft vendor, you’re probably familiar with the Microsoft SSPA program. Vendors providing services with a high business impact may be required to provide a letter of attestation from a qualified independent assessor such as Schellman.

This whitepaper will look into what this requirement means for your business and what to expect during the attestation process.

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