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Data Center SOC 3 Compliance | Atlanta, Georgia (GA) CPA Audit Firm | Fixed Fee | 404-483-8485


05 December 2017

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Atlanta, GA data centers seeking SOC 3 compliance auditors and consultants should look to NDB, a nationally recognized, Georgia based CPA firm that specializes in SOC 3 compliance (along with SOC 1 and SOC 2) for today’s technology oriented companies. From basic ping, power, and pipe, to highly complex managed services offerings (such as managed application offerings) NDB can provide your data center with a competitive, fixed-fee for SOC 3 compliance. As for SOC 3, it incorporates the Trust Services Principles, ultimately allowing service organizations to display SysTrust and WebTrust seals on their own respective websites. With today’s ever-increasing reliance on technology, data centers, managed services entities, and other I.T. based organizations, are being required by customers to validate critical security controls and related processes. 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! 

Data Center SOC 3 Compliance | Atlanta, Georgia (GA) CPA Audit Firm Experts
SOC 3, which is part of the AICPA Service Organization Control (SOC) reporting platform, is becoming an extremely relevant reporting option for many businesses today, even though SOC 1 and SOC 2 still dominate the landscape. One of the most important aspects to note about SOC 3 compliance is the need for documented operational and information security policies, which are essential for all SOC (SOC 1, SOC 2, and SOC 3) reporting needs. That’s where NDB can help as your Atlanta, Georgia data center SOC 3 compliance experts because of the laundry list of policies and procedures we’ve developed specifically for SOC reporting. With years of data center and managed services auditing expertise, NDB can customize all necessary policy and procedural documentation for SOC 3 reporting.

Data Center SOC 3 Compliance | Atlanta, Georgia (GA) CPA Audit Firm | Fixed Fee
So where do these explicit SOC 3 requirements for policies and procedures come from – the Trust Services Principles (TSP), and the following four (4) “broad based areas”: policies, communications, procedures, and monitoring. This requires detailed knowledge from a highly experienced, well-trusted CPA firm that possesses a sound understanding of the SOC 3 framework, and that’s NDB.

Call Christopher G. Nickell, CPA, at 404-483-8485, or email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and receive a competitively priced fixed fee for all your SOC 3 reporting requirements. NDB also offers SOC 1 SSAE 16 and SOC 2 AT 101 compliance reporting for Atlanta, GA data centers and other technology oriented businesses.


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