SAS 70 Replacement
Our SAS 70 Team delivers on the promise of ensuring your clients that all regulatory requirements have been met.
In June 2011, the SSAE No. 16 replaced the SAS 70 as the standard for reporting on service organizations.
to read more about the SSAE No. 16 and what it means to your organization.
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.
What happened to the SAS 70?
In June 2011, the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) put into effect a new standard for reporting on service organizations. What had been known as SAS 70 Auditing is now known as SOC Reporting. These SOC Reports (SOC 1, SOC 2 and SOC 3) have effectively replaced the SAS 70, and are available for service organizations and their clients.
Click here to read more about all of the SOC Reports, and what these recent changes to the SAS 70 mean for your service organization.
For more information on the SAS 70 replacement and our SOC reporting services, contact Robert Brenis by calling 440-449-6800.
Have you been asked for a SAS 70 or SOC Report? Maybe you're unsure which SOC Report your organization needs. We can help by providing a no-risk consultation. Click here for more information on our free SOC Reporting guide and consultation.
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