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Is a SOC 2 confidential?

Written by: Mr. ByteChek
Updated over a 2 months ago

Because of the sensitive nature of the SOC 2 report and intended users of the report, a SOC 2 report is considered a restricted use report and should only be provided to readers under a non-disclosure agreement or other confidentiality agreements. In the event, your company needs or wants a report that is for general use, they can opt to undergo a SOC 3 examination.

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