Differentiate yourself from your peers—and your competitors—by demonstrating your commitment to performing the highest-quality SOC for Service Organizations engagements for this very specialized area of practice.
Developed by leading subject matter experts, the Advanced SOC for Service Organizations Certificate Exam tests your knowledge and skills related to conducting both SOC 1® and SOC 2® engagements, including the ability to plan, perform, and report on the engagements. This exam is offered in a timed online format and consists of 75 multiple choice questions.
In order to successfully pass the examination, you must be able to evaluate and analyze the core concepts related to SOC for Service Organizations engagements. Upon passing the exam, you will be awarded with a certificate in the form of a digital badge to be proudly displayed anywhere on the internet—a personal blog, a social network like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Mozilla Open Badges, a biographical page on a company website, or an online resume.
Advanced-level practitioners (CPAs and non-CPAs) who manage and lead SOC engagements.
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