SOC 2 requires an integrity-based auditing process when working with third-party service providers. Build and maintain security at each step of the third-party lifecycle with our GRC and Security Assurance Cloud.
Prepare for your SOC 2 audit with detailed data, streamlined evidence collection, and pre-built policies and controls that map to the SOC 2 framework.
Get the full picture of your data security with simple scoping surveys that automatically build the list of polices and controls relevant to your organization.
Connect your tech stack with built-in service provider integrations to automatically pull evidence, freeing up time for your team and helping you comply with your controls..
Not everything can be automated. To be compliant with SOC 2, or any other security framework, there is always some amount of manual effort. Fully understand SOC 2 compliance requirements, due dates, and best practices with intuitive built-in guidance.
Organize and prioritize data for evidence collection requests, invite auditors to review your compliance, and connect with customers with confidence and transparency to meet compliance requirements..
Map together your evidence, internal controls, and policies to provide everything for your auditor and speed readiness assessments. This means you can complete risk assessments, readiness assessments, and vendor risk assessments within hours rather than weeks.
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SOC 2, published by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), is a reporting framework designed to help companies assess their policies and controls. It uses the AICPA’s Trust Services Criteria (TSC) to check systems for security, privacy, confidentiality, availability, and processing integrity. Reports are done by independent AICPA-licensed auditors and come in two types: Type I describes the organization's system and if it meets the relevant trust principles, and Type II details the operational efficiency of these systems over time.
While SOC reports are not required by law, completing an audit provides important benefits for companies. It demonstrates that they take appropriate security measures with personal data. And because they are issued by independent third parties, they can be used by customers and other organizations in assessing a company’s trust profile.
Our GRC and Security Assurance Cloud operationalizes the SOC 2’s requirements in a centralized location. In one location you can examine your tech stack, assign pre-built policies and controls to speed evidence collection, and collaborate with auditors. We also provide access to the world’s largest regulatory database to help you stay up to date with the latest insights.
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