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Understanding Your Auditor’s SOC 2 Report Opinion

tyler_munro Tugboat Employee Tugboat Team
edited September 9 in SOC2

Anyone who’s gone to the trouble of getting a SOC 2 audit can advertise that fact on their website. What they can’t say is whether or not they passed or failed.

That’s because the report isn’t actually a public document. That said, it can be shared with existing customers. You can also get a prospective customer to sign a non-disclosure agreement before showing them your SOC 2 report. Once they have it, you can guarantee they’ll do some serious digging—especially if they’re in a highly regulated industry, like financial services.

Which begs the question: What makes a good SOC 2 report?

That’s exactly what we’re going to cover today, so read the entire blog here