Workshop on SSAE 16- SOC Reporting

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Date(s) - 21/01/2017
9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Hotel Clarks Inn

On 21st Jan 2017 from 9.30 am to 5 pm (7 CPE Hours)
Location: At Hotel Clarks Inn, JM Road, Pune

Speaker: Well-known consultant for SSAE-16

Workshop Details
SSAE 16 (previously SAS 70) was drafted with the intention and purpose of updating the US service organization reporting in line with new international Service Organization Reporting standard – ISAE 3402.

A SSAE 16 engagement allows a service organization to have its control policies and procedures evaluated (Type I ) and tested (in case of Type II engagement) by an independent party.
An SSAE 16 report is designed as an auditor-to-auditor communication, used to provide user auditors with detailed information about controls at a service organization that affect the information provided to user entities. All service auditor’s reports include a detailed description of the service organization’s system, and a type 2 report includes a detailed description of tests of controls performed by the service auditor and their results. The user auditor reads this detailed information to determine how the service organization’s system generates information and the controls in place to protect the information. Additionally, the auditors review the report to understand how the service organization interacts with the user entity’s financial reporting system, including how the information gets incorporated into the user entity’s financial statements.
The audit involves three types of reports SOC1, SOC 2 & SOC 3. The workshop aims at providing insights on control requirements and compliance required for SSAE 16 attestations.

No. of Attendees expected: 50 +


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