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Service Organization Control (SOC 1 2 3) Reports for Atlanta, GA Businesses | Call 404-483-8485


05 December 2017

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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?

Contact Christopher G. Nickell, CPA, at 404-483-8485This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., to learn more about SOC 2 and SOC 3 for today's Atlanta, GA businesses, and NDB's competitive fees and great supporting resources.


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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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