Here we will highlight job roles we find across the internet, and eventually sourced through Partner firms, word of mouth submissions, and other means.
Please submit a job if you think we should highlight it.
When performing a SSAE 16 Review, you will be inundated with various terms that you may have never heard of before. We plan on continuing with a serious of posts
There are significant differences between a Type I and Type II report, however, we aren’t going to discuss that here, thats for another day. We will discuss the basics of
With the issues surrounding HealthCare.gov and the various contractors who played a role in the development, one question that comes to mind is: How many of the over 50 companies
SSAE 16 was built upon the ISAE 3402 framework, which essentially is the same thing, but accepted at an international level with a number of deviations to be discussed here
While some companies still request a SAS 70 report (why, who knows…), many contracts now require a SSAE 16 report, and with the change to SSAE 18 many are now