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SOC for Cybersecurity

SOC for Cybersecurity offers a structured approach to implementing security controls which are effective, measurable, and mitigate risk.

Why SOC for Cybersecurity?

In response to the heightened awareness and desire by organizations to improve their cybersecurity programs the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) redefined SOC reporting. SOC previously stood for Service Organization Controls, however now the acronym stands for System and Organization Controls to expand on the system-level controls of a service organization. With this change, SOC for Cybersecurity has been added to the suite of SOC reports. 

Our team of auditors and cybersecurity advisors consists of highly specialized professionals, including Certified Information Systems Security Professionals (CISSPs) and Certified Information Systems Auditors (CISAs). Because we combine qualified IT auditors with the standards of the CPA profession, we deliver the technical IT and audit skills needed to clearly relay technical information to both the IT department and management. 

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Efficient SOC Readiness Process

Are you new to the SOC for Cybersecurity reporting process? Security compliance and requirements might seem overwhelming, but not when you have the right partner to guide you through. Our experienced team, combined with our unique “hands on” preparation method, limits guesswork and helps you to quickly prepare for a successful SOC for Cybersecurity examination.

What to Expect During Your SOC Examination

Every examination we perform is completed with your end goals in mind. Our communication protocols provide for frequent contact with you throughout the engagement period in order to facilitate delivery on your expected timeline.

“…The Auditwerx team provided us with the necessary guidance, tools and knowledge allowing us to improve the overall process concerning both system’s security and privacy, as well as support to implement better controls that are a hard requirement in our sector…We would highly recommend Auditwerx services to organizations of all sizes and requirement complexities. “

What Other Frameworks Can be Layered on a SOC for Cybersecurity Report?

  • Committee of Sponsoring Organizations (COSO) Framework
  • COBIT Framework
  • NY Department of Financial Services (NY DFS)
  • ISO IEC 27001/27002
  • Center for Information Security (CIS) Cybersecurity Requirements
  • Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 1199 – Standards for Security Categorization
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF)
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) SP 800-171
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) SP 800-53

DISCOVER: What Kind of SOC Report Do You Need?

Our handy guide, “Adding it Up: What Type of SOC Report Do I Need?” is a great starting point to determine what kind of SOC report best fits your company’s business and compliance needs.

When you’re ready to speak with an experienced team about your reporting needs, Auditwerx will be here for you.

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