Understanding SOC 2 Reports: Types, Purposes, and Key Benefits Explained
April 29th, 2021
System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2 is an organizational framework designed to help you protect data hosting, collection, and transmission. Created by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), SOC 2 reports and attestations are performed by certified auditors.
The number one reason that organizations are getting SOC 2 reports today is that customers and prospects are demanding them. Receiving a SOC 2 compliance report provides clients, regulators, and business partners assurance that you’re handling data safely and securely.
Join experts from RSI Security and Mueller CPA advisory firm on April 29th at 11 AM PST for our upcoming Understanding SOC 2 Reports: Types, Purposes, and Key Benefits Explained webinar.
Thursday, April 29th, 2021
11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Virtual / Online
More about the event:
Nick Padron, RSI Security’s Senior Security Consultant, will team up with Mueller Partner and CPA Drent Shields to cover the following SOC 2 topics:
- The different types of SOC reports for your business– SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3, and the two types of SOC 2 reports
- The role of risk-management in SOC 2 reporting
- How SOC 2 improves partner and customer trust
- The SOC 2 compliance process and workflow
- Integrating SOC 2 with your business processes
Our experts will demystify the entire SOC 2 reporting process so that you can assure your customers and business partners that your data management practices are secure.
The session will consist of a 35-minute presentation and conclude with a live 15-minute Q&A with Drent and Nick. All attendees will also receive one (1) Continuing Professional Education credit for attending.
Our expert panel will include:
- Nick Padron - Senior Security Consultant at RSI Security
- Drent Shields - Partner at Mueller & Co., LLP
Register for the SOC 2 Reporting and Compliance Process Demystified webinar now to learn about the value SOC 2 compliance can bring to an organization and the ins and outs of how and why you should become certified.