Are you inundated with vendor management questionnaires? SOC 2 reporting can help

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Transforming Risk into Confidence podcast series


In this episode, Jennifer Kosar joins Kevin O'Connell to discuss the drivers and benefits of SOC 2 reporting, and steps to take when preparing for a SOC 2 report. 

We discuss the following questions: 

0:44 - What is a SOC 2 report? 
2:17 - Who are the typical stakeholders and interested parties of SOC 2 reports? 
3:33 - Why might an organization need to produce a SOC 2 report? 
5:29 - How can an organization start the process of creating a SOC 2 report? 
7:11 - How can an organization prepare to be ready when the auditors come in? 
8:31 - What are some key takeaways to consider when considering producing a SOC 2 report?

About our moderator

Kevin O'Connell serves as PwC’s Trust and Transparency Solutions Clients and Markets Leader. A leading specialist in SOC 1, 2 and 3, and other third party assurance and internal controls reporting, he has over 25 years of experience providing services to our largest financial services clients designed to identify, assess, and manage complex risk and control issues across the enterprise – whether they are strategic, financial, systems, or operational in nature. Kevin also serves as the US Risk Assurance Asset & Wealth Management Sector Leader. Leading the growth agenda for the sector, he has created and launched an AWM business program resulting in the development of PwC’s professionals and consistent delivery of the highest quality service to our clients.


About our guest

Jennifer Kosar is a partner in PwC’s Financial Services Risk Assurance Practice, with 20 years of experience assisting clients across all financial services sectors with a broad range of risk and compliance issues. She specializes in governance, risk, compliance, and internal control related services including internal controls design, assessment and optimization, third party controls assessment and reporting, and Sarbanes Oxley - 404 assessments as part of both management compliance services and external audits. Jennifer is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, and is a Certified Regulatory and Compliance Manager, a Certified Information Systems Auditor, and a licensed Certified Public Accountant in the states of New York and New Jersey

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Trust and Transparency Solutions Clients and Markets Leader, PwC US

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