The Kfi team had a blast at There With Care (TWC) yesterday. TWC provides a wide range of thoughtful and fundamental services to families and children during the critical phase of a medical crisis. Our project yesterday included packing 30 "care bags" full of cleaning supplies, funded by the Kfi [...]
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The Kfi team headed to the wilderness yesterday for our 2nd annual camping trip. A big thank you to Taylor for organizing the outing again this year. A small group of us did a mountain bike ride and we all enjoyed games, barley pops and Roxy's hit list around the [...]
The Kfi Team and Kfi Foundation hosted an amazing event today. We brought an art instructor to a local assisted living center and set up a painting workshop for 20 of the residents. Dean became the painting apprentice for a very spunky 103 year old woman. And one of the [...]
My wife was “evaluating” our Kfi team pull-up breaks recently and told me “middle school kids get 1 short recess per day and high school kids get no recess. Why does the Kfi team need so many recesses each day?” I think recess is really important for everyone (kids and [...]
Consumers are doing more and more of their shopping on Amazon because it is convenient, cost-effective, quick and simple to use. In a similar respect (and for the same reasons), there are an increasing number of companies moving their IT environments to Amazon Web Services (AWS). One of the many [...]
The Kfi team met this morning at the Urban Peak drop in center to serve breakfast to Denver youth experiencing homelessness. This is one of our favorite service events and is a great way to start the day. We brought our customary load of Santiagos breakfast burritos, fruit, chocolate milk, [...]
Question: What do you do when: 1) you need a 5 minute break for some fresh air, or 2) your computer system is not working and the help desk is not being helpful and recommends that you reboot your computer, or 3) you are going cross-eyed from reading reports and [...]
The Kfi Foundation and Kfi team hosted our annual Halloween Party with Roundup Fellowship this week. Roundup Fellowship provides a community alternative to people with conditions such as mental retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and autism, or those who display physical aggression or self-abusiveness. After years of working with Roundup, we have [...]
Kfi Whitepaper – Evaluating Exceptions in a SOC Engagement and Managing the Risk of a Qualified Opinionjkfin2018-09-10T15:20:58-06:00
One of the most challenging aspects of a System and Organization Controls (SOC) engagement is evaluating exceptions / control failures and determining how they will impact the SOC report and whether they will result in a qualified or adverse opinion. The purpose of this whitepaper is to help service organizations [...]
One of the challenges that many service organizations face while completing a SOC 2 engagement is addressing the risk assessment and risk mitigation criteria found in TSP Section 100: 2017 Trust Services Criteria for Security, Availability, Processing Integrity, Confidentiality and Privacy (TSC). Kfi has published a whitepaper to: identify the [...]