With increasing concerns about vendor related cyber risk, the SOC 2 examination is quickly becoming the required standard for service organizations. Despite security validation seeming like a bottleneck in the sales process for SaaS and other service companies, Silent Sector’s services help turn cybersecurity into a competitive advantage.
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Keystone Audit, Silent Sector's subsidiary company, specializes in performing formal SOC 2 examinations within AICPA's requirements. Our Phoenix based team of cybersecurity and auditing professionals guide you through the process, while reducing costs and avoiding the typical waiting times for companies seeking a SOC 2 audit.
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SOC 2 was created for service providers that store customer information. It is common for SaaS companies and also includes MSPs, ISP, MSSPs, and ASPs. SOC 2 requirements include a total of 5 primary criteria that all applicable organizations must follow. This criterion includes Privacy, Security, Availability, Processing, and Confidentiality. Specifically, SOC 2 requires that the company sets up alerts on particular events. In order to be compliant, the alerts must trigger for data exposure or modification, file transfer activities, and account activity.