SOC Reporting

Validate your control environment and build client confidence with a successful SOC report.
SOC 2

The Impact of a SOC 2 Report

A successful SOC 2 report provides your customers with assurance that your organization has the operational controls in place to protect their security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy. Our diverse team of seasoned CPAs and privacy, security, and compliance specialists can help you align your control environment with the AICPA Trust Services Principles or get started with your SOC 2 examination.

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Which Report do you Need?

From SOC 1 to SOC 2+, Focal Point's team of CPAs offers a full suite of SOC examination services.

SOC for Cybersecurity

For a SOC for Cybersecurity, Focal Point pairs the experience of our CPA team with the expertise of our cybersecurity specialists to provide you with an insightful report that allows your organization to make smart cyber risk management decisions.

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