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Spring 2020 SOC reports now available with 122 services in scope

At AWS, our customers’ security is of the highest importance and we continue to provide transparency into our security posture.

We’re proud to deliver the System and Organizational Controls (SOC) 1, 2, and 3 reports to our AWS customers. The SOC program continues to enable our global customer base to maintain confidence in our secured control environments with a focus on information security, confidentiality, and availability. For the spring 2020 SOC reports covering period 10/1/2019 to 03/31/2020, we are excited to announce six new services in scope, for a total of 122 total services in scope. Additionally, we have updated how the scope of AWS locations is represented in our SOC reports, to provide better clarity to our customers.

These SOC reports are now available through AWS Artifact in the AWS Management Console. The SOC 3 report can also be downloaded online as a PDF.

Here are the 6 new services in scope (followed by their SDK names):

  • Amazon Chime (chime)
  • AWS Data Exchange (dataexchange)
  • AWS Elemental MediaLive (medialive)
  • AWS Elemental MediaConvert (mediaconvert)
  • AWS Personal Health Dashboard (health)
  • Amazon Textract (textract)

As always, AWS strives to bring services into the scope of its compliance programs to help you meet your architectural and regulatory needs. Please reach out to your AWS representatives to let us know what additional services you would like to see in scope across any of our compliance programs.

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Ashutosh Sawant

Ashutosh is a Security Assurance Manager at Amazon Web Services. He leads multiple security and privacy initiatives within AWS. Prior to joining AWS, Ashutosh spent over 7 years at Ernst & Young as a Manager in the Risk Advisory Practice. Ashutosh holds a Master’s degree in Information Systems from Northeastern University, Boston and a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology from Gujarat University, India.