If this is your first time pursuing SOC 2 certification, you will quickly find that documentation is the cornerstone of a successful audit. Writing clear, concise policies is especially critical, and if you don’t currently have a policy structure in place, it can be difficult to figure out which policies you need. In this post, we will help you get started with a hierarchy to follow, as well as a
With headline-grabbing software vulnerabilities becoming more and more prevalent, now is the time to tighten up your development practices into a well-written SDLC policy. This particular information security policy will help your development teams standardize on coding tools and practices, as well as get everybody on the same page from a security standpoint. And come the time when you do have a incident, you will be able to demonstrate to your customers that you do indeed take their security seriously - it’s not just lip service.