Our SOC Reporting Team Delivers on the Promise of ensuring your clients that their information is secure.
If you operate a service organization, your clients want to know that their information is secure. A Service Organization Controls Report (SOC Report) gives them that assurance.
Who needs a SOC Report?
A SOC Report can be an important piece of information for both service organizations and their clients.
Companies will not typically choose to do business with your service organization without knowing with 100% confidence that their information will be secure. Some companies will ask for it; some won’t. Either way, knowing, in advance, that their information is secure will give them the peace of mind that they need when choosing to do business with you.
What type of SOC Report will my company need?
Your company will need a specific SOC Report based on the type of client information it controls.
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SOC 1 Report - The SOC 1 Report is a report on controls at a service organization relevant to user entities’ internal control over financial reporting.
SOC 2 Reports - The SOC 2 Report is a report on controls at a service organization relevant to non-financial controls.
SOC 3 Reports - Similar to a SOC 2 Report, a SOC 3 Report is a report on controls at a service organization relevant to non-financial controls.
Do you have more questions about SOC Reports and what they can do for your service organization?
Contact Robert Brenis in Skoda Minotti’s SOC Reporting Group, by calling 440-449-6800, for more information.
Click here to read about the history of reporting on a service organization’s controls, as well as information that can help you choose the right SOC Report for your organization.