SOC 2 Compliance Application

What is SOC 2 Compliance?

SOC 2 is an auditing procedure developed by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) to ensure service providers are securely handling, managing, and storing data. Being SOC 2 compliant assures your customers that you have the infrastructure, tools, and processes to protect their information.

SOC 2 Compliance in Risk Cloud

Risk Cloud™ is a cloud-based platform with a suite of pre-built Applications that transforms the way you manage GRC processes by combining expert-level content and service with easy, no-code technology.

Risk Cloud’s SOC 2 Compliance Application allows organizations to evaluate their internal controls, policies, and procedures against AICPA’s five Trust Services Criteria and helps them prepare for and achieve a SOC 2 attestation report. Once controls are identified, organizations can evaluate controls, document exceptions, assign requests, create corrective actions, and remediate weaknesses.

Prevent Data Breaches and Protect Your Reputation

Prevent Data Breaches and Protect Your Reputation

  • Assure customers that you have the infrastructure, tools, and processes to protect their data
  • Keep your data safe by following AICPA’s Trust Services Criteria for robust information security
  • Strengthen your security posture, internal controls, and vendor management to prevent breaches
  • Evaluate controls, document exceptions, create corrective action, and remediate gaps

Achieve Compliance with the Trust Services Criteria

  • Demonstrate adherence to SOC 2’s five trust service principles—security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy
  • Use pre-built workflows and reports to help you prepare for SOC 2 attestation
  • Leverage automation to include risk owners in controls assessment and easily evaluate compliance
Achieve Compliance with the Trust Services Criteria
Seamlessly Evaluate Your Internal Controls, Policies, and Procedures

Seamlessly Evaluate Your Internal Controls, Policies, and Procedures

  • Identify and maintain a repository of controls and policies to be mapped to AICPA’s Trust Services Criteria
  • Create control evaluations to identify if controls require additional action
  • Assign document requests to the appropriate owners to provide evidence for evaluations
  • Document exceptions, develop corrective action plans, and track plans through resolution

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