Data privacy compliance has taken a visible role in the cybersecurity protocols across every industry. Compliance rules, to maximize industry protections, must be reviewed and updated regularly. This means the way companies think about privacy, how to protect sensitive data, and manage legal and financial risks must continually evolve based on the current and anticipated cyber security threat landscape.
When you need a partner to help navigate the complexities of becoming and remaining compliant, Secure Cyber Defense offers the industry expertise and experience you need to secure your data from cyber threats.
Compliance assessments are performed by our dedicated team of cybersecurity analysts, who understand the language, requirements and reporting structure of cybersecurity and data protection regulations. Our process delivers a complete audit report including areas of focus, specific task lists broken out into manageable portions, recommended hardware and software, and a reporting structure to meet documentation requirements.
Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) protects private or sensitive information gathered by local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. As one of the firms responsible for developing the CJIS standards, Secure Cyber Defense is uniquely suited to help organizations and agencies achieve and maintain compliance as well as develop a cybersecurity roadmap.
Critical Controls (CIS) Assessment
The CIS Critical Security Controls are a recommended set of actions for cyber defense that provide specific and actionable ways to stop today's most pervasive and dangerous attacks. Based on your particular industry standards and level of risk, Secure Cyber Defense assess potential risk and develops a roadmap for your internal IT team to use to provide the highest level of cybersecurity protection.
If your company deals with Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) it must comply with the Defense Acquisition Regulations System (DFARS). As an industry expert with over two decades of experience in DFARS compliance, we offer two approaches.
- Bringing in Secure Cyber Defense allows us to help you translate the DFARS process into plain English and develop a roadmap for your team to utilize to gain and remain in compliance.
- We also offer our CAPE (Compliance and Planning Engine) which provides the resources you need to implement DFARS regulation requirements on your own.
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What do you get with our CAPE Tool?
Each requirement explained in plain language
One or more recommendations to satisfy each requirement
A completed System Security Plan
A completed Plan of Action and Milestones
Custom document templates that satisfy several of the controls including
– Mobile Device Acceptable Use Policy
– Incident Response Plan
– Risk Assessment
– Media Control Log
– Visitor Log
– Maintenance Log
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) establishes common standards to protect consumer data from misuse or exploitation. Our team of compliance experts helps companies who do business in the EU achieve compliance to reduce their financial and legal liability in the case of a data breach.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) requires companies who have access to health and Electronic Health Records (HER) to develop cybersecurity measures protecting the privacy and security of the information they store. As experts in the area of healthcare data security, Secure Cyber Defense helps companies navigate HIPPA regulations and cybersecurity requirements to achieve and remain in compliance.
ISO 27001 provides requirements for an information security management system. The regulation includes requirements for people, processes and IT systems for maintaining a risk management process for securing sensitive data. Secure Cyber Defense maps out an effective plan for achieving and maintaining compliance to help companies minimize the risk of a security breach that could have legal or business continuity implications.
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) requires several layers of protection against credit card data theft. Merchants are required to maintain current standards of compliance to protect cardholder data and avoid penalties in the event of a security breach. PCI standards change each year to address new levels of threat. Secure Cyber Defense has the expertise and experience to help companies gain and maintain compliance to avoid costly data breaches.