SOC 2 compliance for developers using Git
Score SOC 2 compliance quick wins with these Git best practices
Git ready for SOC 2 report
SOC 2 compliance sends a strong signal to potential customers that your organization cares about security & data privacy, and has verifiable proof that you do.
This guide gives you a short and practical list of four Git best practices to help Development, DevOps, Security & Compliance teams prepare for SOC 2 audit or maintain SOC 2 compliance.
What this guide includes:
- What is SOC 2, and the difference between SOC 2 Type 1 and SOC 2 Type 2
- Five Trust Service categories and Common Criteria used to evaluate SOC 2 compliance
- Four Git best practices that positively impact those categories
- Git commands and tips for each best practice
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