Performing a readiness assessment.

Pratum’s team of experienced consultants can perform a SOC 2 readiness assessment to determine if an organization is prepared to undergo a SOC 2 engagement. We work with accounting firms both large and small to ensure our clients pass with SOC 2 on the first attempt. We can even provide an end to end solution by recommending a SOC 2 assessor who can provide competitive pricing based on their experience of how well our clients are prepared for their SOC 2 assessment.

Organizations that are required to attest to information security controls through external third parties often rely on Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAE) No. 18 reports. The SSAE 18 standard includes the Service Organization Control (SOC) reporting framework of SOC 1, 2 & 3. Organizations providing technology services such as Software as a Service (Saas), Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas) or Platform as a Service (PaaS), as well as managed services and consulting to clients, most frequently rely on SOC 2 reports. This assures their clients that information security is a core component of their service or product offering.

SOC 2 with Pratum

SOC 2 Certification
  • Performing readiness assessments and leading organizations to compliance
  • Leading a SOC 2 testing engagement on behalf of your organization to ensure the audit is successful
  • Providing both a readiness assessment and SOC 2 audit with a preferred CPA firm to reduce costs
  • Ensuring the readiness assessment is independent of the actual SOC 2 audit firm

Pratum has years of experience helping organizations understand the difference between SOC 1, 2 and 3 engagements as well as the difference between expectations for a Type 1 or Type 2 audit. Our team of certified experts can help your organization pick the correct report type, as well as the Trust Security Principles on which your report should be based to ensure your clients have peace of mind when thinking about the information security standards used in your service offering.

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