Need A SOC Report? How To Know Which One Is Best For Your Service Organization

A SOC (Service Organization Control) report is a report on controls at a service organization related to various types of subject matter, for example: controls that affect user entities’ financial reporting; controls that affect the security, availability, and processing integrity of the systems; or the confidentiality or privacy of the information processed for user entities’ clients.

Need a SOC Report? How To Know Which One Is Best For Your Service Organization

A SOC (System and Organization Controls) report is a report on controls at a service organization related to various types of subject matter, for example: controls that affect user entities’ financial reporting; controls that affect the security, availability, and processing integrity of the systems; or the confidentiality or privacy of the information processed for user entities’ clients.

Signs You Should be Receiving a SOC Report/Examination

A SOC (Service Organization Control) report is a report on controls at a service organization related to various types of subject matter, for example: controls that affect user entities’ financial reporting; controls that affect the security, availability, and processing integrity of the systems; or the confidentiality or privacy of the information processed for user entities’ clients.

AICPA SSAE 16 Report Comparison – SOC 1 vs. SOC 2 vs. SOC 3

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) recently developed a Service Organization Control (SOC) Toolkit for firms that perform SOC engagements and their clients. The toolkit was developed to help firms navigate this emerging service area and help clients, prospects and service organizations understand the benefits of SOC engagements. The toolkit includes a number […]

SAS 70, SSAE 16, AT 101, SOC 1, 2, 3, SysTrust and WebTrust. Good Luck.

Recently, the AICPA has started referring to SSAE 16 reports as SOC 1 reports.  SOC stands for service organization control reports.  Not to be confused with SOX, which most know is an acronym for the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.  In any case, the AICPA is trying to simplify the many different types of reports service […]