Compliances

Security compliance measures are regulations put in place to ensure that your organization is upholding the minimum requirements of the operation. Many organizations today find it difficult to actively stay within compliance regulations. This can be largely due to a lack of knowledge, it would be beneficial to have a partner that is knowledgeable in security compliance. 

There are many different types of regulations set forth for different aspects of network security. One of the more recognizable examples of regulatory compliance standards set forth is known as HIPAA, which stands for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. HIPAA acts as a way to protect the privacy and security of the average American’s medical information. This helps to reduce healthcare fraud. A shining example of protective ordinances put forth and used in modern-day technology, HIPAA has been keeping financial and medical records of patients in care since 1996. Another example of necessary network compliances can be PCI-DSS, or Payment Card Industry-Data Security Standard. PCI-DSS is used to protect and ensure that the credit card industry is managing and securing customer data properly, ensuring that it is safe from prying hands and so that it is not being abused in some way.

The survival of your organization depends on the successful passing of a compliance audit. A compliance audit is a thorough review performed to determine an organization’s compliance with regulations and guidelines set up by organizations. Audit reports help to determine the strength of an organization’s compliance security policies, user controls, and risk management practices.