Cyber security risks have become a daily struggle for most businesses. In fact, recent trends indicate a sudden increase in hacked data sources in workplaces through mobile and IoT devices. What’s more, some research shows that most companies have poor cyber security practices, which make them vulnerable to data loss. That’s where bringing in a team of experts to help with Compliance and Governance program can help protect your business.
Managing confidential data is not an easy task. To combat cyber crime, you will need an efficient approach that aligns the governance initiatives with your overall business strategy. The ideal approach should be easy to adjust over time. That’s why we have come up with an approach that operationalizes the NIST SP 800-30 framework to ensure that we deliver a continuous cyber security program. Additionally, our SDI services actively address NIST SP 800-37 and 53, FIPS 199, and FIPS 200 compliance, as well as other standards in the industry.
Compliance is an essential component of any cyber security program. As a business owner, you have to comply with certain stated policies, laws, standards, laws, and regulations. Because corporate compliance is always evolving, remaining compliant can be challenging. A well-rounded information security GRC (Governance, Risk, and Compliance) framework will help you in the formulation of sustained management of potential information security risks.
Long and expensive audit periods, and confusing governance and compliance language are some of the challenges that most global organizations face. Complying with the rules for the collection, use, and storage of customer information is the main reason why most businesses have GRC solutions. Failure to abide by the regulations governing the use of client information can lead to costly fines and other harsh actions.
The compliance rules your organization has to follow will depend on the industry you are serving. There are separate regulatory compliance rules for retail, healthcare, energy, financial, and other industries.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, along with the HITECH Act, are always audited in the healthcare organizations. The HIPAA act mandates that all healthcare providers, hospitals, health plans, and all other covered entities should implement privacy of PHI (protected health information of patients).
At Thrive Security, we implement the best practices to minimize the possibility of a data breach. We will go out of our way to help you become compliant, and ensure that your organization moves on a reasonable and responsible path to achieve comprehensive information security.
If your organization frequently processes, stores, and transmits credit card information, then you should comply with PCI DSS regulations. Due to the evolving threat landscape, PCI DSS requirements are always being updated. Therefore, it can be a challenge to keep your security program compliant.
Thrive Security will help your organization to meet all the critical PCI DSS compliance requirements. You will benefit from the most advanced 24/7 monitored and managed security services.
Also commonly referred to as SOX, this is a government act that affects all financial organizations. Since 2002, SOX has been a tidal wave that has prompted financial organizations to implement internal controls that can ensure the effectiveness of their financial statements. These controls are meant to ensure effectiveness in your business, and they are related to key controls, including privileged access, logical access, and segregation of duties, among others.
Our experienced Thrive Security professionals will first conduct an audit on the infrastructure that processes financial data and review access, change management, security, and the existing backup procedures to come up with the best plan of action to ensure that your organization remains SOX compliant. We will also ensure that you use only the right security and backup controls to ensure that all financial data is accurate and also well-protected against loss.
The National Institute of Standard and Technology has existed for almost 12 decades, and it supports the smallest to the largest technologies and human creations. Since its conception, NIST has released several publications that support all industries. Most of the publications involve minimizing risks to your production environment.
Although most security service providers only deliver a single approach without first considering the business objectives, risk profile, and security strategy, at Thrive Security, we have come up with a unique approach that includes NIST security assessment in every engagement. This means that our professionals will have understood the strengths and weaknesses of your organization, and the areas have the greatest risk.
Compliance management is the process by which your manager’s plan, control, organize, and lead various activities that ensure that your organization remains compliant. At Thrive Security. We understand the consequences of failing to comply with the laws and regulations that govern your specific industry. Identify and deploy the best security practices and reduce potential risks with our multi-compliance framework:
After you enter a formal contract with your customers, the clauses in the contracts become legal requirements. If you fail to adhere to these clauses, you may face costly litigation and cause untold damage to your investment and reputation. In some cases, those in charge may end up in jail. Through effective compliance and governance management, you and your business will be protected from potential risks. To ensure that you remain compliant, get in touch with a knowledgeable Thrive Security agent today for a free security assessment.