"For more than 10 years, companies have entrusted us with their SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3, and SOC for Cybersecurity engagements; we are excited to introduce the benefits of SOC reporting to an entirely new industry and set of controls," said Daniel Collins, President and CEO of 360 Advanced.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (PRWEB) May 01, 2020
360 Advanced, a national cybersecurity and compliance firm, today announced the introduction of SOC for Supply Chain examinations.
An addition to the AICPA SOC Suite of Services, SOC for Supply Chain gives producers, manufacturers, and distributors a way to evaluate their internal controls as they relate to the supply chain.
As a licensed CPA firm, 360 Advanced can examine and report on an organization’s supply chain controls, providing third-party assurance that a system:
Is appropriately protected from risks
Can meet contractual obligations for quantities, timeframes, and physical characteristics
Can distribute products in accordance with local laws
Conforms with industry standards and federal requirements
Meets specific confidentiality and privacy requirements
The resulting report allows organizations to strategically communicate their commitment to risk management and corporate governance. It also provides a structured framework for organizations to identify, evaluate, and address vulnerabilities related to their supply chain. Because continuity is critical to economic recovery, many organizations are increasing their focus on risk management, vendor evaluation, and due diligence.
“Today’s supply chains are highly sophisticated and complex, there is often a high level of interdependence and connectivity between them, which increases an organization’s vulnerability to risk,” said Amy Pawlicki, Vice President of Assurance and Advisory Innovation at AICPA, in a statement on March 12. “Our new SOC for Supply Chain framework can help an organization assess risk, understand the effectiveness of its controls and identify shortfalls.”
“We are pleased to expand our suite of services to include the new SOC for Supply Chain examination,” said Daniel Collins, President and CEO of 360 Advanced. “For more than 10 years, companies have entrusted us with their SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3, and SOC for Cybersecurity engagements; we are excited to introduce the benefits of SOC reporting to an entirely new industry and set of controls. With a team of experienced auditors, a deep understanding of risks and mitigation strategies, and the ability to integrate multiple compliance initiatives, 360 Advanced is ready to help organizations navigate the new world of SOC for Supply Chain.”
To learn more about SOC for Supply Chain, visit https://360advanced.com/soc-for-supply-chain/.
About 360 Advanced
360 Advanced is “Making Better Businesses” through their national Cybersecurity and Compliance offerings. Services provided include SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3, SOC for Cybersecurity, SOC for Supply Chain, CSA STAR, HIPAA/HITECH, ISO 27001, PCI-DSS, HITRUST CSF, Microsoft SSPA Attestation, Penetration Testing, GDPR, CCPA and more. In certain states, 360 Advanced may operate under the name of Hiestand, Brand, Loughran, P.A. to meet State Board requirements for CPA firms. To learn more about 360 Advanced, visit http://www.360advanced.com.
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