Learn how to share the value of SOC 2 and HITRUST Certification and how your company ensures overall regulatory compliance of data.
Data has become one of the most important assets for many organizations, and as more of your clients are sharing data, building their trust can become a challenging and critical risk. There are many ways to gain the trust of your clients and ensure them that your organization will protect their data. Accomplishing this can require completing countless security questionnaires and meetings to provide the necessary information to get your clients comfortable that you have appropriate security practices in place.
One option to build trust in a more effective and efficient way is to obtain a third-party audit or certification over your security practices that can be shared with your clients. The AICPA SOC 2 report and the HITRUST Certification are common approaches to address this, but which one is right for you and what are the differences?
We will help you to understand what both of these options involve and determine if they may be beneficial to gain your client’s trust in managing their data.
- SOC 2 report and HITRUST Certification requirements, framework, and resources required.
- Security and privacy requirements of GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA, etc., that each industry, state, country, and other regulating bodies are now holding us accountable.
- Best practices regarding the collection, processing, storage and sharing of your data.