SOC 1 is a reporting framework that offers attestation for a service organization’s internal controls over financial reporting.
The need for reliable reporting on internal controls in all organizations is growing rapidly: regulators are putting more pressure on organizations; internal governance bodies emphasize the importance of relevant and actionable information, and customers want to mitigate their risks. The experts at EisnerAmper are here to guide you through the internal control process and to create the SOC reports you and your customers need for assurance related to your appropriate and reliable controls.
EisnerAmper is uniquely skilled to provide SOC-related services.
Our partners have taught the AICPA’s “SOC School” since its inception along with many other seminars regarding SOC reporting. One of the few CPA firms with professionals who are 100% dedicated to SOC engagements. We provide ongoing assurance regarding your internal controls, assurance that allows you to focus on your business.
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Satisfying SOC 1, 2 and 3 Needs
- The experts at EisnerAmper are here to guide you through the process and to create the reports you and your customers need for assurance related to your appropriate and reliable controls.
Boosting IT Security Systems
- Strong, practical security systems are required to operate in today’s world. We identify security threats and recommend actions for remediation.
- We’ll work to uncover specific threats, impacts and vulnerabilities and recommend appropriate corrective action.
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
- Availability of data and IT resources is critical for every organization today. We will develop the plan to follow in the event of a disaster.
Through SOC reporting you are able to speak about controls you have implemented to meet your demands, as well as your customers’. Delivering these insights differentiates you from your competitors providing evidence that controls are in place and are operational and offers your customers transparency, a vehicle to monitor that their security needs are being met – a competitive advantage is created.
Your organization gains flexibility and increases productivity, because the SOC reporting framework eliminates the need for customers to come onsite and for your staff to respond to multiple risk assessment questions.
Your Team for SOC and HITRUST Guidance
If your organization has sensitive health or personal data as part of its data processing services, you need to understand what’s required in terms of compliance and understand the options that may be available. We help you create customized compliance strategies aligned with your customer’s needs. Contact us to learn more.
Kate Siegrist is a Partner with over 20 years of combined experience advising CEOs, CISOs and CIOs. She helps her clients navigate highly regulated industries to ensure business opportunities are not missed due to compliance burden.
Rod Smith is a Partner in the Assurance and Technology Control Services Practice within the Audit Group, with professional services experience in quality assurance of the information technology control assurance portion of financial statement audits.
Sean Linton is an Audit Partner providing assurance and technology control services. He specializes in System and Organization Controls (SOC) examinations, risk assessments, and information systems advising and strategy.
John Fodera is a Partner with over 30 years of audit, accounting and business management experience, including extensive experience in internal controls, privacy compliance, strategic planning, Written Information Security Program (WISP) and process reengineering.
Bill Bodner is Director providing guidance for businesses for Statutory Audits, ISO, NIST, SOC 1/2/3, HIPAA Security and Privacy Rules, HITRUST.