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SOC for Supply Chains

Advances in technology impact a number of facets of our lives, perhaps most notably those that have enabled closer relationships among manufacturers, suppliers

Do Relocation Companies Require a SOC (System and Organization Controls) Report?

The answer to this question is clearly based upon the level of risk that the relocation company represents to its clients. First, one must gain an understanding

AICPA Provides Guidance for COVID-19 Considerations in a SOC Examination

In late April, the AICPA published non-authoritative guidance to assist service auditors as they prepare for and perform SOC examinations in the wake of
Audit, SOC, Technology
Troy Fine | 4.17.2020

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Best Practices For a Successful SOC 2 Examination

For Software as a Service (SaaS) companies operating in Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) cloud environment, there are a number of AWS best practices that

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SOC 2 + HITRUST vs. HITRUST Certified CSF reports - the Fundamentals

The System and Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type II report is performed for service companies by CPA firms to attest to the design and operating effectiveness

SOC 2 Considerations When Moving to a Remote Workforce

Has your organization recently moved to a remote workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Although the extra-casual dress code and commute might be nice,
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Eric Davis | 11.7.2019

SOC Control Optimization and Efficiencies

If you currently have a SOC examination performed, how often do you or your auditors review each control to make sure they are up to date and mitigate

SOC 2 Examinations - Keys to Success

“What do you need for a SOC 2 Audit?” Prior to starting a SOC 2 examination, clients often ask us what they can do to ensure an efficient audit

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Timothy Wolfgang | 3.18.2019

Five Questions to Assist With Identifying SOC Report Scope

The SOC reporting process can start with an organization’s desire to communicate to customers and potential customers that the organization’s

SOC 2 Reports: Common Control Exceptions and How to Avoid Them

In performing SOC 2 examinations, we often come across the same types of control exceptions. To assist organizations with avoiding these exceptions, we’ve

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