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The 1-2-3 of SOC reports; the right choice

Event Date: 1/24/2019

Event Overview

Thursday, January 24, 2019
1:00 PM CT – 2:30 PM CT (90 minutes)

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Formerly known as the Statement on Auditing Standards (SAS) No. 70, the Statement on Standards  for Attestation Engagements (SSAE) Service Organization Control (SOC) reports replaced SAS 70 in 2010.  Originally, SAS 70 was issued by the Auditing Standards Board of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) as a way for service organizations to demonstrate the effectiveness of internal controls at their organization. When the SSAE No. 16 (SOC 1) report replaced SAS 70, the SOC 2 was introduced as a report that addressed security, availability, processing integrity and confidentiality.  Today SOC reports represent a key element necessary to meet contractual requirements, remain competitive, and set your organization apart of competitors.

This webinar will aid in your understanding of the SOC 1, SOC 2 and new SOC 3 reports including:

  • Defining SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3 and laying out their differences
  • Breaking down why it’s important for your organization to perform the audits
  • Preparing your organization to perform the audit

 

Audience

IT, Finance, Compliance, Internal Audit, IT Service Providers

 

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1/24/2019

Presentation: The 1-2-3 of SOC reports; the right choice
This webinar aids in your understanding of the SOC 1, SOC 2 and new SOC 3 reports including: Defining SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3 and laying out their differences; Breaking down why it's important for your organization to perform the audits; Preparing your organization to perform the audit

1/24/2019

Recording: The 1-2-3 of SOC reports; the right choice
This webinar aids in your understanding of the SOC 1, SOC 2 and new SOC 3 reports including: Defining SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3 and laying out their differences; Breaking down why it’s important for your organization to perform the audits; Preparing your organization to perform the audit

Attendees

Below is a list of all delegates registered to date for this event

  • Stephanie Belue
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Manager of Quality Assurance, Risk Management, and Training at Alliant Health Plans
  • Michele Crissman
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Director - Compliance and Privacy/Attorney at Avera Health Plans (DAKOTACARE)
  • Paul DeLair
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Manager, Financial Internal Controls at Health First Health Plans
  • Sally Fink
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Care Manager at AdventHealth (FHHS)
  • Alishia Hall
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • HFHP Audit Supervisor at Health First Health Plans
  • Sandy Laberdee
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • RN High Risk Case Manager at Paramount Health Care
  • Annette Marcath
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Chief Information Officer at Health Alliance Plan (HAP)
  • Joan Naffziger
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Manager, Information Security at Indiana University Health Plans
  • Pavel Pechenov
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Program Manager, Care Improvement at Community Health Plan of Washington
  • Tim Riley
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Chief Information Officer at Network Health
  • Rita Ruecker
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Chief Financial Officer at Western Health Advantage
  • Tam Tran
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Senior Health Care Program Analyst at Valley Health Plan
  • Jesse Warner
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Director of Internal Audit at Network Health
  • Rusty Fancher
  • SPEAKER
  • Director, Information Security Compliance at Change Healthcare Consulting
Speakers