Simply put, our Compliance Management Security System simplifies and automates the compliance process. The most difficult part for many companies to maintain compliance is staying abreast of a myriad of changing rules and regulations and keeping their software properly updated.
This regulation sets cybersecurity requirements for financial service entities that operate in New York State. With malicious actors using increasingly sophisticated attempts to breach systems and seize data, the amount of cybersecurity regulations will continue to snowball.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) put forth by the European Union is a set of rules about how organizations should process data of residents in any European Union Countries. This includes the privacy and protection of personal data and more transparent control to the person that data came from. Any organizations outside of the European Union that collect or use data from any EU citizens are also required to comply. The flurry of updated terms of services from Facebook, Twitter, and most other websites and web applications with a global presence over the last six months was due to this new regulation. GDPR assigns power to regulators to ask for proof of compliance and impose fines on organizations that do not comply.
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
As data breaches in the healthcare industry continue to mount, security is more important than ever. More ePHI means more risk and exposure for providers and their patients’ personal information. Protecting patient information is becoming increasingly more difficult as new, complex ways of hacking information becomes more abundant. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is in place to protect patient information and privacy.
Healthcare organizations trying to maintain compliance often find the process difficult to keep up with new regulations, time consuming, and expensive. Staying HIPAA compliant is not only important for the patient’s privacy, but also for the long-term success of the healthcare organization. As recent HIPAA-Related Security breaches show, any company found to be non-compliant can be charged with millions of dollars of fines if any patient information is leaked. Sedara offers a solution to help avoid electronic data breaches and comply with HIPAA and HITECH regulations giving you peace of mind.
North American Electric Reliability Corporation Critical Infrastructure Protection
Major power outages have significant implications, not only for the general public and consumers, but also for power companies. They create negative publicity and affect the company’s image, as well as open them up to the potential for significant fines if they are found to be non-compliant or negligent of monitoring known systems.
Sedara provides a flexible solution to handle many of the challenges of NERC CIP compliance, including asset management, distributed architectures, and regular vulnerability assessments. This is all combined into a single system that correlates and manages activities in real-time.
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 800-53
Government agencies require a high level of security to protect their information. NIST regulations were developed to provide standards and guidelines that would help federal agencies implement mandates in the Federal Information Security Act of 2002 (FISMA), created to protect federal organizations from cyber-attacks. NIST 800-53 compliance is mandatory for all government agencies and violations can result in severe fines. More importantly, however, failure to adhere to FISMA can increase your organization’s vulnerability to attack.
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)
Whether you are a company who is already trying to maintain PCI DSS compliance or are just beginning the complex process, Sedara can help. PCI compliance is a rigorous set of requirements to aid businesses of all sizes reduce security breaches and protect information and data.
Any company who deals with cardholder information is required to comply with these standards.
Sedara can help detect and deter fraud and abuse while helping your business maintain Sarbanes Oxley compliance. Our network of internal controls and tracking will keep you protected while our easy-access reporting will make certification and audits much simpler. Sedara helps support COBIT (Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology) guidelines to ensure that your company can remain SOX compliant.
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