Months of planning, preparation, and auditing all culminate in one thing: the SOC 2 report. 

This document is the final result of your audit, and it helps provide insights and assurance about your internal controls and how they ensure data security and privacy. 

Understanding what a SOC 2 report covers, why it’s important, and the differences between a Type I and Type II report can help you make the most of your report and instill confidence in your customers. 

Here is everything you need to know.

What is a SOC 2 Report?

Make sense of the different types of SOC 2 reports and find out what's included in each one.  

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What Does a SOC 2 Report Cover?

Audit reports can include 100+ pages of detailed information. Get a breakdown of what’s included in the different sections of a SOC 2 report. 

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A Real-World SOC 2 Report Example

Review an example of an actual SOC 2 report to help you prepare for your audit. 

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SOC 2 Report Validity

Find out how long SOC 2 reports are valid for and understand the reasons why. 

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What is a SOC 2 Bridge Letter?

Learn what bridge letters are and how they can be a helpful addition to your compliance toolkit. 

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