The federal government processes large amounts of important data daily, which is why it is vital for government organizations to understand and undergo federal assessments such as FedRAMP, FISMA, NIST and NIST SP 800-171. “Your Guide to FedRAMP, FISMA and NIST”
Undertaking compliance audits are vital in order to best position your organization to provide your clients with the services and security they require.
“How to Make the Most of Your Compliance Report”
It is essential for any organization that processes, stores or transmits credit card data to be compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)—and as the world’s largest cloud-native company, Cloudreach certainly falls within these parameters.
Data center compliance is important for organizations that manage confidential customer data, given the sensitivity of the information disclosed and the fact that today’s hackers are not easily deterred.
Understanding the purpose and examination process of a SOC 2 audit can be confusing for first-time users and experienced customers alike. A simple Google search can give you the basics of a SOC 2 audit, but that generalized knowledge is only the beginning.
When it comes to compliance audits, one should never follow the “one-size-fits-all” mentality. The type of audit you need often depends on your organization’s industry, specific client requests or type of data stored. “Which Compliance Audit is Right for Me?”
A strong cybersecurity and risk posture is increasingly important in today’s business world, which is why it is imperative that private equity investors build cybersecurity and privacy modules into their due diligence. “Why Cybersecurity and Privacy Due Diligence is Important for Private Equity Firms”
Managed service providers (MSPs) provide a valuable service by outsourcing information technology services, but they need to be compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) – and just because they say they’re PCI DSS compliant doesn’t mean they’re a good fit. Below are our tips to go beyond the PCI DSS logo on an MSP’s website and determine whether they’re truly compliant.
Enacted on May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) shook up the privacy world by enacting some of the strongest consumer protection laws ever seen. Any industry that processes the personal data of European Union residents was affected, and the regulation was designed to force organizations to implement the appropriate processes to manage consumer privacy and build consumer trust.
One year later, we reflect on what’s changed – and where we’re headed in 2019.
Do you understand the SOC 1 examination process? Our assessors take you from scoping through report delivery to understand all of the steps needed to complete an examination.