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    SOC Examinations

    A Service Organization’s Symbol of Strong Internal Controls

    The FD Process, Risk & Governance (PRG) Practice Group provides customized risk management solutions to improve efficiency and add value. We deliver assurance and consulting services to clients large and small and also have extensive expertise in IT risk management.

    A System and Organization Controls (SOC) examination helps service organizations identify and enhance a competitive edge. A SOC examination (formerly SAS 70) proves your commitment to maintaining internal controls by providing third-party attestation to the reliability of the design, implementation and operating effectiveness of your controls. A SOC examination can reduce impact on your internal resources by minimizing the need for external audits and can identify improvements to strengthen your operations.

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    Culture of Compliance

    Culture of Compliance – SOC 2 Update

    SOC 2 experts of Frazier & Deeter’s own Process, Risk & Governance practice walk-through the reporting changes. Moderator – Sabrina Serafin | Partner & National Practice Leader Speakers – Gina Gondron | Partner Shelby Nelson | Director Culture of Compliance…

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