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Nashville, Memphis Tennessee SOC 1 2 3 Compliance Auditors | Competitive Fees | All Areas in TN


05 December 2017

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In search of Tennessee SOC 1, SOC 2, and SOC 3 compliance auditors providing quality services and competitive fixed-fee rates, a firms with deep Tennessee ties, from Memphis to Johnson City, then contact Chris Nickell today at NDB for all your SOC 1 SSAE 16, SOC 2, AT 101 and SOC 3 SysTrust | WebTrust regulatory compliance reporting needs. With years of performing regulatory compliance audits for numerous service organizations around the country, NDB has the experience, knowledge and auditing “know-how” for getting you compliant - all in a cost-effective manner with our fixed-fee pricing model. NDB has spent hundreds of hours developing audit protocols and methodologies for SOC 1, SOC 2, and SOC 3 assessments, developing also a large - and ever-growing - list of information security policies, procedures, forms, checklists, templates, provisioning and hardening documents, etc. It’s important to note that policies and procedures are a large and growing component of SOC compliance, and NDB’s got you covered in a big way. Learn more about NDB's  complimentary SOC 2 Policy Packets, and also our SOC 1 Policy Packets we provide to our clients for each enagement. It truly makes a difference for each audit!

Tennessee SOC 1 2 3 Auditors | Competitive Fees | All Areas in TN | Fixed-Fees | Call Today
From SOC 1 SSAE 16 reporting to SOC 2 AT 101 and SOC 3 SysTrust and WebTrust services, NDB has the experience and audit “know-how” for Tennessee businesses. Additionally, an important component of SOC 1, 2, and 3 reporting is scope – effectively identifying the boundaries of an audit for purposes of client requests, while also ensuring cost-containment issues for clients. It’s a delicate balance, one that NDB has perfected with years of third-party reporting, starting with the historical SAS 70 auditing standard put forth in 1992. Regulatory compliance requirements aren’t going away, so if SOC compliance comes calling, pick up the phone and call the experts at NDB today, providers of SSAE 16 and AT 101 services for Tennessee businesses.

Call Christopher G. Nickell, CPA, at 1-800-277-5415, ex. 706 or email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to learn more about NDB’s SOC 1, 2, and 3 services for today’s Tennessee businesses - from Memphis to Johnson City, NDB’s got you covered.


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How can organizations guard against phishing attacks?
Phishing attacks remain a prevalent threat in cybersecurity. FAQs in this category might cover topics such as how to recognize phishing emails, common tactics used by cybercriminals, and the importance of cybersecurity awareness training. Additionally, users might inquire about the effectiveness of email filters and other technological solutions in preventing phishing attacks.
How can businesses protect themselves from ransomware attacks?
Ransomware attacks pose a significant threat to businesses, and FAQs in this category might address topics such as the common entry points for ransomware, the importance of regular data backups, and the role of employee training in recognizing and avoiding potential ransomware threats. Users may also inquire about the steps to take in the event of a ransomware attack and the potential impact on business continuity.
What cybersecurity measures are essential for securing e-commerce platforms and customer data?
With the increasing reliance on e-commerce, businesses must prioritize the security of online transactions and customer information. Frequently asked questions on this topic might cover secure payment gateways, the importance of SSL/TLS encryption for data in transit, strategies for protecting customer login credentials, and compliance with industry standards such as PCI DSS. Users may also seek guidance on addressing emerging threats specific to the e-commerce sector.
How can businesses balance user convenience and cybersecurity in implementing access controls?
Access controls are critical for limiting unauthorized access to sensitive information, but businesses also need to consider user convenience. FAQs in this area might explore topics such as the implementation of role-based access controls, the use of single sign-on solutions, and strategies for ensuring secure yet user-friendly authentication methods. Users may also seek advice on mitigating insider threats through effective access management.

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