CPE Webinar

A Comprehensive Guide to SOC 2 Reporting

calendar icon March 12, 2024

Register Today to realize the value of SOC Reporting.

A Comprehensive Guide to SOC 2 Reporting

Date: Wednesday, March 12, 2024 at 12:00 – 1:00PM ET

In an increasing digital world, service organizations need to operate in a way that protects their data and their customers’ data from unauthorized access, preventing security breaches and other cyber vulnerabilities.

Technology services users need to understand the controls implemented to safeguard their data and financial statements.

Join our speakers as they unpack SOC 1 & 2 reporting requirements, the advantages and benefits to having a report, and the regulatory compliance matters associated. We will also cover recent changes in SOC and third-party risk management.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the different levels and types of SOC reporting and criteria for evaluating control design and effectiveness.
  • Understand the importance and benefit of a SOC Report to enhance business goals and customers needs.
  • Learn how to prepare for a SOC 2 examination.
  • Identify strategies and trends for adding value with your SOC 2
  • Identify Third-Party Risk considerations and requirements with your SOC 2


Steven J. Ursillo, Jr., CPA, CISA, CISSP, CEH, CCSFP | Partner, Cherry Bekaert
Dan Sembler, CPA, CISA | Partner, Cherry Bekaert

CPE Accreditation

  • Delivery Method | Group Internet Based
  • Recommended CPE credit | 1 hour CPE
  • Recommended Field(s) of Study | Information Technology
  • CPE Capability | Technical Expertise / Problem Solving
  • Prerequisites | None
  • Program Level | Basic
  • Advanced Preparation | None

Cherry Bekaert Continuing Professional Education: Statement of Admin Policies

This event is complimentary. Due to this program being offered free of charge, there will be no refunds.

CPE for Virtual Events

  • Please join sessions on time, or 5 minutes early if possible. Joining a session late may cause you to lose the ability to obtain CPE based on the following NASBA regulations:
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For questions regarding registration or event cancellation, please contact Maddie Robbins. For all other questions regarding CPE policies, please contact Cherry Bekaert at cbhlearning@cbh.com.

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