Texas Compliance, LLC, an affiliated member of NDNB, offers industry leading SOC 2 Type 1 and SOC 2 Type 2 audits and assessment reports for Dallas, Texas businesses. With the continued growth of third-party service providers being used by businesses for handling a wide-range of activities, SOC 2 audits have been – and still are – the go-to assessment for these very third-parties. Tens of thousands of businesses all throughout the country have to undergo annual SOC 2 compliance, with a large number of them residing in the greater Dallas area. As a leading provider of security, governance, and compliance solutions, Texas Compliance, LLC offers fixed fees and superior services.
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Specifically, we offer the following services and solutions to Dallas businesses relating to SOC 2 compliance:
Performing a SOC 2 Scoping & Readiness Assessment is one of the most important activities a business can do prior to commencing with an actual SOC 2 audit. Why? Because it’s important to gain a strong understanding of scoping & readiness issues relating to the following:
- What business processes are to be included within the scope of the SOC 2 audit?
- What relevant personnel and third-party organizations will be involved in the audit?
- What gaps and control deficiencies have been identified that require remediation prior to the audit starting? Note: Gaps are typically found in two areas: 1. Documentation gaps in terms of policies and procedures and 2. Security gaps in terms of software tools and solutions that are missing and must be acquired.
SOC 2 Remediation
When it comes to remediation for SOC 2 audits, its generally a two-fold process. The first being documentation remediation, with the second being operational/security remediation. Let’s take a look at both and discuss them in more detail. Regarding documentation remediation, this requires service organizations to develop a wide-range of information security policies and procedures. Here’s just a small example of some of the documents that need to be developed: