NDB provides Service Organization Control (SOC) reports for Atlanta, GA businesses, consisting of SOC 1, SOC 2, and SOC 3 reporting. SOC 1 reporting utilizes the SSAE 16 professional standard, while SOC 2 and SOC 3 reporting are conducted in accordance with AT 101, and include the Trust Services Principles (TSP). NDB has years of real-world, in the trenches experience on reporting on controls at service organizations, starting with SAS 70, and now onward with SOC 1, SOC 2, and SOC 3 reporting, along with ISAE 3402 reporting – the international equivalent of SSAE 16. Learn more about NDB's data center expertise and the complimentary SOC 2 Policy Packets, along with our complimentary PCI DSS Policy Packets and also SOC 1 Policy Packets we provide to our clients for each enagement. It truly makes a difference for each audit!
Service Organization Control (SOC 1 2 3) Reports for Atlanta, GA Businesses | Fixed Fee Pricing
What really separates NDB apart from other SOC reporting providers are the numerous supporting mechanisms provided during the engagements. Specifically, NDB has developed customized SOC 1, SOC 2, and SOC 3 policy and procedure documents – which, if you’re not familiar with – are a very important element of SOC compliance. That’s right, take a look at the Trust Services Principles (TSP) for SOC 2 and SOC 3 reporting, and you’ll find dozens of requirements for documented operational and information security policies and procedures. And that's often one of the most taxing and challenging areas regarding SOC 2 and SOC 3 compliance - sure there are many operational and security requirements - but they often require documented policies and procedures in place. Again, that's where NDB has the leverage and experience regarding SOC 2 and SOC 3 reporting - comprehensive templates for many areas that actually require documented policies and procedures. You can get a competitive, fixed fee from another firm - but do they offer all the supporting services such as NDB - specifically - the much-needed policy and procedural documentation?