An international assurance engagement requires that auditors comply with their local country audit requirements. U.S. based certified public accountants are required to comply with the ISAE 3000 and the ISAE 3402 certification standards when issuing this report. Although some of the criteria are different, creating the two reports at the same time saves time, conserves personnel resources, and reduces associated audit compliance costs.
Our simple ISAE 3402 auditing process makes it easy for any size organization to receive the accreditation they need to build trust with their clients. Our experienced auditors will help you align your compliance efforts across frameworks, working around your business needs for an easy and efficient assessment experience.
The ISAE 3402 is issued under the International Standards for Assurance Engagements (ISAE) 3402 report. This examination and report is similar – to and issued in conjunction with – a SOC 1 (SSAE 18) report.
Are you new to the ISAE 3402 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 ISAE 3402 examination.
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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.
Communication is essential in completing a compliance report and it starts in the planning process. Our planning begins with a kickoff call. The kickoff call is used to make introductions, identify key players, and points of contact. We also begin the process of understanding the services on which we will be providing an opinion. Where a readiness assessment has been requested, we establish the dates for the readiness work (for first-time reporters) and/or fieldwork (for recurring clients). In readiness, we assess the data flow of the services, identify controls, and provide a gap analysis of controls that may need implementation or improvement. The planning and readiness process is critical to creating open communication designed to obtain maximum efficiencies that will be realized later in the reporting process.