Everything You Need to Know About SOC Reporting

There are some core principals with SOC reporting that will make the world of difference for the “end users” of the report. With three types of reports, you’ll want to be sure to select the right one for your organization. This article will serve as a dictionary for common types of SOC frequently asked questions so you can work with your advisors on a higher level. We’ll be covering the following topics:

  • Who needs a SOC Audit
  • SOC Reporting Framework
  • SOC 2 Trust Services Principles and Criteria

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