Let Your Customers Know Their Data is Safe With You

You’ve done it! Now that you’ve completed a SOC examination with us, it’s time to share the news with customers, partners, and other company stakeholders, reassuring them that their data is safe with you. Please use these complimentary materials to get you started.

Social Media

It’s ok to show off. Share your compliance accomplishment on your social media channels. We’ve created sample social media posts that you can tailor to your organization. Download sample social media posts.

Press Release

A press release is a great way to spread the news of your achievement far and wide. We’ve prepared a sample for you to use and tailor to your business. Download a sample press release for SOC 1 or SOC 2, update as you see fit, and share with local and tech media, on your blog, and however you communicate with external stakeholders.


Make it official with the AICPA stamp of approval. You can share the AICPA SOC logo on your website and in marketing material so that everyone will know you’ve reached this milestone of compliance and security. Click here for instructions on how to download the AICPA SOC logo.

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