Author(s)
Patrick A. Morin, CPA, CISA, CITP

Publisher:
AICPA

    Credit Info
  • NASBA Field of Study

  • Format

    On demand

  • Level

    Basic

  • CPE Credit

    0

  • Course acronym

  • Prerequisites

  • Course duration

    9.5 Hours

Introduction to SOC for Service Organizations Reporting

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Get ready to gain a deeper understanding of system and organization control reporting guidance and common practice issues that will provide you with the foundational knowledge to effectively perform SOC for service organizations examinations.

Authored by Patrick Morin, this CPE course offers guidance on how to provide attest services related to the effectiveness of controls at a service organization that affects clients' internal control over financial reporting (SOC 1®) and controls at a service organization related to information privacy, security, confidentiality, availability and processing integrity (SOC 2® and SOC 3®). This course covers Trust Services Criteria, SSAE No. 18., and pertinent updates made to the SOC 1 and SOC 2 guides since their last editions.
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blankTopics discussed

Comparison of SOC 1, SOC 2 and SOC 3 reports
Standards and guidance relevant and applicable to SOC for service organizations examinations
SOC 1 and SOC 2 Planning, executing and reporting considerations
Evaluating the suitability of criteria
Responsibilities of management of the service organization
Evaluating the design of controls
Identifying subservice organizations
Understanding the content of the description
Trust Services Principles and Criteria and the new Trust Services Criteria

blankLearning objectives

Distinguish SOC 1®, SOC 2® and SOC 3® engagements.
Identify planning considerations in reporting on system and organization controls for service organizations.
Recall how to execute procedures related to reporting on system and organization controls for service organizations.
Recognize requirements for reporting on system and organization controls for service organizations.

blank Who will it benefit?

Those involved in the planning, execution and reporting of SOC 1, SOC 2, or SOC 3 engagements