Regulations and Standards
Regardless of geographic market or industry, chances are your organization must comply with some form of regulation such as GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) HIPAA (Health Information Portability and Accountability Act), CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act), or other regulations that protect data privacy and security.
In recent months authorities have started holding senior management responsible for the company’s compliance and personally liable for non-compliance. Companies under regulations are subject to severe fines and legal action if they are non-compliant. There is a sizeable impact on organizations that function on a global scale.
Compliance can be difficult to understand and implement for any size organization but complying with regulation can help keep the company and its management from legal action and even gain some competitive edge depicting the company as a champion for data privacy, information security and so on. The same is true for information security standards as any good cybersecurity program should rely on some kind of standard and at times can be responsible for compliance with multiple standards.
Proventus works directly with the client to achieve regulation and standard compliance by:
Assessing the company’s current cybersecurity stance.
Analyzing the gap between the current and desired situations.
Creating a workplan to achieve the desired state as determined by management.
Working with the cybersecurity teams to implement the chosen workplan.
Proventus offers a portfolio of services, products and training courses to help with your regulation and standard compliance initiatives with business-centric cybersecurity programs.