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SOC 2 report

Achieve the gold standard in SaaS security compliance in weeks, not months

SOC 2 compliance is a set of 200+ guidelines developed by the AICPA used to evaluate an organisation's ability to safeguard sensitive data. The SOC 2 report measures a company's adherence to security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy standards and provides a level of assurance to customers and stakeholders.

Save Time

Auditee platform automates evidence collection.

Gain Trust

Share your security posture on a Trust Center.

Win More Deals

Breeze through RFPs & security reviews.

Stay Ahead

Keep one step ahead of your competition.
Constant Monitoring

Say goodbye to months of dull repetitive screenshots

The 200+ controls in SOC 2 compliance require ongoing monitoring and continuous collection of data points. Typically, this would involve taking hundreds of screenshots every day, but with Auditee, everything gets automated.

Simplified Framework

Simplifying SOC 2 compliance for a smooth audit

The SOC 2 framework is complex, and our team of experts are on hand to help you understand the requirements and how to implement them effectively for a successful audit.

Save Time

Automate security reviews and communicate trust

SOC 2 compliance requires significant time and resources to complete the audit process and maintain compliance.

Reduce costs

SOC 2 compliance that works for your budget

Becoming and staying SOC 2 compliant can be expensive, especially for smaller companies that may not have the budget to hire external auditors or consultants.

SOC 2 Audit

How to get your SOC 2 Report

SOC 2 isn't a certificate, it's a transparent report completed by an independent CPA auditor, that outlines 200+ security controls. Your organisation can decide whether your organisation achieves a Type 1 (point-in-time) or Type 2 (3 - 6 month audit period) report.


Define the Scope

The first step is to define the scope, identifying the systems and processes that will be included in the report. Alongside the trust services criteria (TSC) relevant to your business, such as security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy.


Implement Controls

These controls are designed to mitigate risks and achieve the objectives of the TSC. It is important to document these controls and ensure that they are operating effectively over a period of time.


Engage Auditor

The auditor will review your controls and test their effectiveness over a specified period of time. For Type 1, it is a point-in-time audit, and for Type 2, the audit period is between 3 - 12 months. If the controls are found to be effective, the auditor will issue a SOC 2 report.



The SOC 2 report (Type 1 & 2) is designed to provide assurance that your organization's controls have been operating effectively over a period of time. It can be used by customers, stakeholders, and regulators to evaluate your security and data privacy practices.