System and Organization Controls (SOC 2) Assessment

Ensuring organizational controls are effectively safeguarding customer data

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Every technology service or SaaS companies that store customer data in the cloud need to ensure that organizational controls and practices effectively safeguard the privacy and security of customer and client data.
SOC 2 is a framework defined by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), intended for use by service organizations to issue validated reports of internal controls over the information systems to the users of those services. It cites the criteria required to maintain robust information security, allowing each company to adopt the practices and processes relevant to their own objectives and operations.

Trust Service Principles

Security
Availability
Confidentality
Processing Integrity
Privacy

Do you know?

98%
of cyber attacks rely on social engineering.
43%
of IT professionals said they have been targetted by social engineering schemes.
21%
of current or former employees use social engineering to gain financial advantage for revenge, curiosity or fun.

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Types of SOC2 Reports

A type 1 report focuses on a description of a service organization’s system and on the suitability of the design of its controls to achieve the related control objectives included in the description, as of a specified date.
A type 2 report contains the same opinions as a type 1 report with the addition of an opinion on the operating effectiveness of the controls to achieve the related control objectives included in the description throughout a specified period.
Usage of the report is restricted to the management of the service organization, user entities, and user auditors.

Recent hacks

WannaCry: Ransomware attack(2017)
Affected more than 200,000 computers across 150 countries, with damages ranging up to billions of dollars.
Boston Children’s Hospital DDoS attack (2016)
DDoS attack led to donations page being shut down and an estimated 300,000 dollars lost in repairs.
Risk of “medjacking”
The security flaw that researchers discovered in General Electric respirators and anaesthesia machines.

How WeSecureApp’s SOC 2 Implementation and Attestation Support can help?

We have a structured approach to determine the applicable list of risks and controls that are required to achieve SOC 2 attestation. Our approach ensures that the service organization has adequate ‘internal controls’ over applicable security criteria, to assure any Certified Public Accountant (CPA) for issuance of SOC 2 reports. Also, we have expertise in helping the clients find the correct CPA and get the attestation done.

WeSecureApp Methodology

Scoping and Company Information
Controls Design and documentation
Monitor and Track Performance
Internal Audit and Pre-Attestation verification
Attestation Support

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