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We are working with our clients on multiple projects for management and implementation of many regulations/ standards and systems.
To list a few:
The General Data Protection Regulation is a law that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information from individuals who live in the European Union (EU). The GDPR provides consumers with more control over how their personal data is handled and disseminated by companies.
Companies must inform consumers about what they do with consumer data and every time it is breached. GDPR rules apply to any website regardless of where they are based. There are several ways for companies to become GDPR-compliant. Some of the key steps include auditing personal data and keeping a record of all the data they collect and process. Companies should also be sure to update privacy notices to all website visitors and fix any errors they find in their databases.
A security operations center (SOC) is a command center facility for a team of information technology (IT) professionals with expertise in information security (infosec) who monitors, analyzes and protects an organization from cyber attacks.
In the SOC, internet traffic, networks, desktops, servers, endpoint devices, databases, applications and other systems are continuously examined for signs of a security incident. SOC staff may work with other teams or departments but are typically self-contained with employees that have high-level IT and cybersecurity skills or outsourced to third-party service providers. Most SOCs function around the clock, with employees working in shifts to constantly log activity and mitigate threats.
SOC 2 stands for Systems and Organization Controls 2. It was created by the AICPA in 2010. SOC 2 was designed to provide auditors with guidance for evaluating the operating effectiveness of an organization’s security protocols.
The SOC 2 security framework covers how companies should handle customer data that’s stored in the cloud.
At its core, the AICPA designed SOC 2 to establish trust between service providers and their customers.
SOC 2 refers to both the security framework and the audit that checks whether a company is compliant with SOC 2 requirements.
SOC 2 defines requirements to manage and store customer data based on five Trust Services Criteria (TSC):
- Processing integrity
HIPAA is the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, a law intended to make it easier for people to keep their health insurance when they change jobs. The law set standards for the electronic exchange of patient information, including protecting the privacy of such records.
HIPAA has introduced a number of important benefits for the healthcare industry to help with the transition from paper records to electronic copies of health information. HIPAA has helped to streamline administrative healthcare functions, improve efficiency in the healthcare industry, and ensure protected health information is shared securely.
Here are some of the benefits of HIPAA:
- Improves decision-making and privacy of health information
- Protects the privacy of personal information and sharing on different levels
- Prevents discussing personal cases at doctor’s offices, pharmacies, or other care centers
- Ensures protected health information is shared securely2
BCP stands for Business Continuity Planning. It is a set of procedures and instructions to restore critical business processes in the event of disasters.
It is a document that contains information about managing business assets, such as human resources and supplies and equipment, data backups, business partners, key personnel, etc.
Its a fall back plan for every critical and business related data, process, asset and asset handlers BCMS.
BCMS stands for Business Continuity Management System.
It is a management system that includes policies, procedures, and processes that help ensure that an organization can continue to operate during and after a disruption.
BCMS is designed to help organizations identify potential threats to their operations and develop strategies to mitigate those risks. It includes a range of activities such as risk assessment, business impact analysis, and the development of recovery strategies to make BCP a concrete and complete system.
Privacy Information Management Systems (PIMS) are new products and services that help individuals to have more control over their personal data. PIMS enable individuals themselves to manage and control their online identity. The PIMS concept offers a new approach in which individuals are the “holders” of their own personal information.
Some of the benefits of PIMS include:
- Identifying risks to personal information and putting controls in place to manage or reduce them.
- Demonstrating compliance with data protection legislation and gaining preferred supplier status.
- Gaining stakeholder and customer trust that their personal data is protected.
- Gaining a tender advantage and winning new business.
- Safeguarding your organization’s reputation and avoiding adverse publicity.
Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) is a process of identifying vulnerabilities in a system or network that could be exploited by attackers.
The benefits of VAPT include:
- Provides in-depth analysis of potential cyber threats in and around the systems.
- Ensures visibility into data, networks, devices, and applications for protection.
- Highlights internal as well as external risks such as a vendor or third-party entities.
- Identifies vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by attackers.
- Helps organizations comply with regulatory requirements.
- Helps maintain the reputation of the company by avoiding data breaches and protecting customer data and trust.
IT Service Management (ITSM) is a process-based practice that aligns IT services with the needs of the business.
The Benefits of ITSM include:
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- Better alignment of business and IT.
- Enhanced agility.
- Reduced IT costs.
- Better profitability.
- Reduced regulatory and security risks.
- Improved satisfaction with IT.