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The following provides examples of different TPR reports and the standards under which they are issued:

  1. General Third Party Reporting:
    • Compliance Audit:
      • Romanian National Securities Commission - Compliance and Information Systems Audit;
      • Rule no. 4/2018 on the management of operational risks generated by information systems used by authorized /
        licensed / registered entities, regulated and / or supervised by the Financial Supervisory Authority (ASF) - Compliance and Information Systems Audit;
      • EU Funds/Grants Projects Attestation;
      • ISO/IEC - 27001 series (Information Security Management System) certification audit;
      • ISO/IEC - 9001 series (Quality Management System) certification audit
      • PCI - DSS payment card data security precertification audit;
      • TIA-942 Audit and Certification (Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data Centers).
    • Reasonable Assurance:
      • SysTrust, WebTrust;
      • National Bank of Romania - Electronic Payments System;
      • Romanian Ministry of Communications and Informational Society:
        • electronic banking (internet-banking, home-banking and mobile-banking);
        • electronic archive;
        • electronic invoice.
      • Systems and process assurance;
      • AAF 01/06 (UK), AUS 810 (Australia), AT101 (US).
    • Limited Assurance (review or negative assurance)
      • IT applications security certification;
      • AUS 810 Australia, AT101 (US).
  2. Service Organization Report - ISAE 3402 (SAS 70) Audit
    • Type I report - describes the service organization's description of controls at a specific point in time;
    • Type II report - not only includes the service organization's description of controls, but also includes detailed testing of the service organization's controls over a minimum six month period.
  3. Agreed-Upon Procedures:
    • Financial Institution Shared Assessments Program (FISAP);
    • AUS 810 Special Purpose Reports on the Effectiveness of Control Procedures.