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A Buck For Your Thoughts - Episode 002
You most likely selected the link to this blog to discover one of two things: 1) how to effectively manage vendor requirements via SOC reports or 2) what the SOC 1/SOC 2 examination...
It may come as a bit of a surprise—maybe not—but there are actually two types of SOC reports. Upon examination, the service organization is responsible for specifying whether or not a...
As SSAE No. 18 is now effective as of May 1st, organizations and their customers will have uncertainty in what the new standard means and how it will affect their SOC 1 reports.
Can my organization successfully complete a SOC 2 but still not successfully complete a SOC 2 + HITRUST?
The first question many service organizations have when they begin the process of researching Service Organization Control (SOC) reports is: which SOC report(s) do they need? The American...