Security Operations Center (SOC) 2 Readiness

Measure your security posture today.

B2B organizations and service providers are under tremendous pressure to demonstrate they follow strict information security policies and procedures to protect their client’s data from today and tomorrow’s cyber threats.

Often businesses spend unnecessary time and effort to complete security questionnaires that critical business partners contractually require. Obtaining a SOC 2 report from a licensed CPA firm is an ideal solution to instill confidence and satisfy their customers’ security inquiries. However, completing a SOC 2 audit can seem like an overwhelming undertaking. Pondurance has a solution.

What We Do

Pondurance SOC 2 Readiness Assessment takes a methodical approach to identify gaps and offer guided recommendations to help organizations successfully prepare for the final SOC 2 audit. For those seeking to meet compliance for the first time, one key success factor is a readiness assessment and gap analysis. The readiness assessment results help you focus on efforts to remediate weaknesses prior to an audit with a CPA firm.

Members of our highly skilled Compliance Advisory Services team will conduct a SOC 2 Readiness Assessment that is aligned with the Trusted Services Categories set forth by the AICPA. This identifies deficiencies across all relevant SOC 2 domains such as security, availability, process integrity, confidentiality, and privacy, as well as providing remediation recommendations. As part of the remediation phase, we offer the option of staff augmentation if desired.

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Your Ideal SOC 2 Readiness Partner

Beyond providing a SOC 2 Readiness Assessment and Remediation, we can work with you to complete the additional steps for your CPA audit.

We also offer Managed Detection and Response (Pondurance MDR) services and a comprehensive Vulnerability Management Program (Pondurance VMP), providing a cost-effective approach to satisfy the SOC 2 controls set forth by the AICPA while protecting your organization from the rising threat of cybercrimes.