At Amazon Web Services (AWS), we’re committed to providing our customers with continued assurance over the security, availability, confidentiality, and privacy of the AWS control environment.
We’re proud to deliver the Spring 2023 System and Organization Controls (SOC) 1, 2 and 3 reports, which cover October 1, 2022, to March 31, 2023, to support your confidence in AWS services. SOC reports are independent third-party examination reports that demonstrate how AWS achieves key compliance controls and objectives.
In the past, the Privacy SOC 2 report was issued separately from the other reports. However, starting with this Spring 2023 reporting cycle, the SOC 2 report is now consolidated and covers the Security, Availability, Confidentiality, and Privacy Trust Service Criteria.
The Spring 2023 SOC reports include four additional services in scope, for a total of 158 services. See the full list on our Services in Scope by Compliance Program page.
The following are the four additional services now in scope for the Spring 2023 SOC reports:
Five additional AWS Regions have been added to the scope, for a total of 29 Regions. The following are the five additional Regions now in scope for the Spring 2023 SOC reports:
- Australia: Asia Pacific (Melbourne) (ap-southeast-4)
- India: Asia Pacific (Hyderabad) (ap-south-2)
- Spain: Europe (Spain) (eu-south-2)
- Switzerland: Europe (Zurich) (eu-central-2)
- United Arab Emirates: Middle East (UAE) (me-central-1)
Customers can download the Spring 2023 SOC reports through AWS Artifact in the AWS Management Console. You can also download the SOC 3 report as a PDF file from AWS.
AWS strives to bring services into the scope of its compliance programs to help you meet your architectural and regulatory needs. If there are additional AWS services you would like to see added to the scope of our SOC reports (or other compliance programs), reach out to your AWS representatives.
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