How to Execute a SOC 2 Report — From Planning to Distribution

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Cybercrime is a threat to businesses — and that threat keeps growing. In fact, in 2018, hackers swiped 447 million records containing secure personal information.

In response, many companies are utilizing SOC 2 reports, which leverage the Trust Services Criteria. These criteria are categorized in terms of availability, security, confidentiality, privacy, and processing integrity — which are all critical to the operation of a business.

Although these reports are incredibly useful, many businesses aren’t sure how to execute a SOC 2 report. Read the full article on Security Today to take a look at the basic steps that are required to plan, conduct, and distribute an effective report.