System and Organization Control Reports (SOC 2 and SOC 3) provide two vehicles developed for service organizations to respond to demands for uniform reporting and review.
While there are some similarities between a SOC 2 report and the new SOC for Cybersecurity reports, LBMC Information Security’s Mark Burnette shares the primary ways these examination reports differ.
This article discusses how much cyber attacks typically cost and what one can do to minimize risks and potential losses.
LBMC Information Security’s Mark Burnette explains the differences between SOC for cybersecurity and risk assessments, as well as tips for how your organization could benefit from from an SOC for Cybersecurity analysis.
LBMC Information Security answers some of the most common questions from clients about SOC for Cybersecurity and what it means for their organization.
Recently, the AICPA released a new standard impacting both SOC 1 and SOC 2 reporting. LBMC Information Security addresses how SOC Reporting changes can affect your organization.
Good preparation is the key to obtaining a clean SOC report. But first you have to know which of the three SOC reports you need to complete.
SOC reports are a way for an organization to tell the story about what a great job they’re doing in providing services and controlling the environment as they take custody of customer data.