Cyber Security Consulting
Cybercrimes and data breaches have increased dramatically over the last 12 months. Meanwhile, companies are required to respond to evolving global compliance regulations. Are your cybersecurity and compliance strategies aligned? Often these two areas are not working together, and it can lead to increased business risk for your organization. Adopting a framework like NIST 800-53, ISO27K, SOC2, or NIST CSF across your organization can unify disparate departments that should be collaborating on compliance and IT security initiatives.
Lack of accurate documentation of the network infrastructure.
Inability to effectively plan system changes and quickly identify the potential impact of such changes.
Lack of procedural documentation for managing change within the department.
Assess, Remediate, and Maintain (ARM)
Our extensive framework standards library is available within our risk assessment platform. Current and emerging standards include the following:
(PCI, HIPAA, ISO, NIST, CMMC, NYS-DFS, GDPR, CCPA, CPRA, CJIS, SOX, SOC1&2, FDICIA, and GLBA)
Assess Once, Report across multiple security standards
Medical device manufacturers continue to develop new, highly sophisticated, and increasingly connected products. However, this increased connectivity brings massive risks that will affect both providers and patients. Even though these companies continue to heavily invest in the development of new medical device technologies, more often than not, these organizations lack the security expertise and resources to ensure high levels of security are built into these products. Many devices employ new protocols, platforms, and middleware solutions that have not been thoroughly vetted for security issues. The end result, not much to anyone’s surprise, is a huge slew of devices that are easily compromised by hackers.
Our People, Process, and Technology provide deeper insights into the quantity and security of devices on your wire. Today's regulatory requirements are burdensome and require each entity to manage the current status of patches applied to all devices on the wire.
Compliance as a Service
We provide more than just traditional IT governance, risk, and compliance. Our security and risk professionals use the standardized Compu-Netics methodology to align compliance programs with business priorities, communicate the value of those programs to senior executives, and manage risks associated with security and compliance.
Sharing the compliance burden — Compu-Netics dedicated compliance specialists help ease the burden of the assessment processes by managing your assessment projects for you. We automate policy development and control management to help clients maintain continuous efficiency around compliance.
Evolving regulatory requirements and standards — Compu-Netics regularly updates and maintains current control-level references to the most current and emerging standards.
High-level and actionable risk-based insight — Compu-Netics customizes a variety of dashboards and views for different business rules to enable clients to quickly receive and understand the information they require to make informed business decisions.
Understand your compliance maturity level — Compu-Netics can help you understand your compliance maturity level, get visibility into risks associated with your critical assets, and help you protect those assets with the appropriate controls.
Classify assets despite changing business environments — Compu-Netics can help you get a holistic view of your environment, delivering the valuable information and insight needed to classify assets and drive compliance initiatives for those that are most critical to your business strategy.
Technology Key Features
The Compu-Netics Risk Assessment Platform includes an extensive regulatory standards and frameworks library. The Software as a Service (SaaS) platform is utilized on all our assessments and covers current and emerging standards including PCI, HIPAA, ISO, NIST, CMMC, NYS-DFS, GDPR, CCPA, CPRA, CJIS, SOX, SOC1&2, FDICIA, and GLBA.
Move away from using spreadsheets to manage your internal audits and compliance initiatives
Benefits We Deliver
Tackle multiple requirements and policies at once — Compu-Netics Managed Compliance offering enables your organization to tackle the burden of achieving compliance across multiple regulatory requirements, as well as ensure that your business units are adhering to your own internal corporate governance priorities.
Less time assessing, more time addressing gaps
— We streamline the assessment process through custom-built automation workflows to reduce time and effort to assess,
giving your employees the ability to focus on their core responsibilities.
Seamless integration with existing departments — For organizations that have designated risk and compliance departments, we integrate seamlessly with their teams to make them more efficient and allow them to effectively guide the business strategy through risk management principles.
Compu-Netics can help your company build a robust and efficient compliance program to meet regulatory requirements. We take a holistic approach to architecting and delivering a compliance program designed to simplify enterprise diverse environments and accomplish specific customer goals.
Find out how Compu-Netics can help you comply with industry regulations and more by contacting us for additional information.
Compliance is a Marathon.....not a Sprint
Managing Cyber threats requires complete visibility to effectively make intelligent decisions about cyber threats. Cybersecurity compliance requirements are forcing Corporate Risk Managers to become more engaged in determining corporate cyber posture. With the most recent rollout of the mandatory Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) for all Department of Defense (DOD) suppliers, it won’t be long before the commercial marketplace adopts a similar requirement. Increasing cyberattacks, a lack of cybersecurity professionals, and mandatory cyber certifications are coming soon. These new regulatory requirements will force the adoption of the NIST, ISO, and GDPR frameworks. With more MSSPs and SOCs surfacing around the nations, CISOs will be re-evaluating in-house vs outsourcing of cybersecurity services. Join in the discussion to learn more about these new compliance regulations and trends.
Over the years we have confirmed from experience that compliance is truly a marathon and not a sprint. Our experienced Compliance Professionals will guide your internal team to not only achieve initial compliance but create a design that will provide a long-term strategy for success with automated efficiency. Many executives are rightly frustrated about paying immense and growing compliance costs without seeing clear benefits. And yet they continue to invest—not because they think it’s necessarily productive but because they fear exposing their organizations to greater liability should they fail to spend enough. Employees, too, often resent compliance programs, seeing them as a series of box-checking routines and mindless training exercises. In our view, all this expense and frustration is tragic—and avoidable.
All compliance standards do not apply to all companies, but many companies will feel the pain and expense as they attempt to work toward a compliant state. We can support your team with proven techniques to get your enterprise going in the right direction. We augment your compliance efforts with tools and techniques to efficiently manage your corporate compliance risk. Together, we can reduce the complexity and overall “cost of compliance” while helping mature the internal business processes with solutions built on industry standards and best practices. Successful compliance programs promote a team culture is a valued trait. This leads to a transformation in organizations and positively impacts bottom lines.
HIPAA and HITECH
Compliance mandates such as HIPAA [Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act] and HITECH, [Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act] require all patient data to be digitized and meet specific security and privacy standards, However, as more patient data is captured and data volumes grow, increased complexity will require more sophisticated data management approaches.
HIPAA has also placed an increased emphasis on the management of vendors, which directly affects healthcare enterprise compliance obligations. Therefore, it's necessary for IT departments to perform due diligence and make sure they work with HIPAA-compliant cloud service vendors.
As required by section 13402(e)(4) of the HITECH Act, the Secretary must post a list of breaches of unsecured protected health information affecting 500 or more individuals. The Breach Portal - Notice to the Secretary of HHS Provides details on Breach of Unsecured Protected Health Information is a great location to review and learn about others in your industry.