The increase in outsourcing directly increases the risk carried by the service organizations performing transaction processing or supporting systems to demonstrate assurance relating to internal controls over financial reporting (ICFR).
The E Com Security Solutions SOC 1 certification focuses on controls and processes that could impact an organization’s financial reporting and helps you to demonstrate commitment to security and financial controls performance.
Tailored SOC 1 Certification approach for organization performing transaction processing or supporting systems that are relevant to your clients’ financial reporting (for example, payroll processing, payment processing, health care claims processing, financial services, and custodian services)
A Payroll Process Outsourcing Company engaged E Com Security Solutions in a SOC 1 Type 2 engagement that focuses on the review of the payroll processing system.
SOC 1 Type 2 engagement was performed for a Leading BPO Company’s controls related to the outsourced data entry and verification process for insurance claims.
A leading fintech company in business process and document management engaged E Com Security Solutions for SOC 1 Type 1 that focuses on the review of the fixed assets, revenue, and expense of the specific client.
E Com Security Solutions partnered with a leading healthcare company in its SOC 1 Type 1 engagement over the Company’s controls related to the Medical Coding and Revenue Cycle Management system.
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years of collaboration with AICPA as an advisor
dedicated team of SOC professionals
SOC 1 reports issued in the United States annually
of the Fortune 100 companies were SOC 1 Certified by E Com Security Solutions
Resources to help you drive compliance and speed within your enterprise.
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