Any company is at risk of falling victim to a cyber attack. Mindcore helps businesses in New Jersey and Florida meet cyber security compliance standards to protect sensitive data and repair cyber security issues found in your infrastructure. You can be confident that your company is compliant when you work with our IT experts at Mindcore.
Cyber security compliance is the act of preparing your organization to meet the data privacy and security standards that apply to your specific industry regulations, government policies, or contractual terms. Failure to effectively follow compliance regulations can have serious effects on your business. Our team creates clear guidelines for your company that helps you take the first steps toward assessing your organization’s readiness for meeting compliance.
We’ll start with performing vulnerability and risk assessments to identify security gaps and vulnerabilities within your IT system. From there, our team will create a plan to fill in the gaps between your existing infrastructure and compliance requirements. We’ll build a strong cyber security framework within your organization that targets your current infrastructure’s vulnerabilities to prevent data breaches and subsequent regulatory penalties.
Your organization’s ability to meet compliance requirements relies heavily on cyber security. However, as standards and regulations evolve, it’s almost impossible for companies to know what to look out for and how to achieve IT compliance effectively. Our consultants at Mindcore can help your organization ensure compliance by building you a plan that follows cyber security best practices and meets today’s policies and standards.
Our vulnerability assessments identify risks and vulnerabilities in your IT system. Using our expertise, we find the root cause of security weaknesses in your infrastructure and evaluate what security controls are already in place.
We conduct comprehensive risk assessments that prioritize your organization’s most critical security flaws and gaps. We create a risk profile for each vulnerability, assigning a severity score to each one, based on the data at risk and the potential damage of a cyberattack.
Our experts implement security controls based on your company’s risk tolerance as identified in the risk assessment and compliance requirements. Security controls we may implement include data encryption, password policies, network firewalls, and incident response plans to keep company data secure.
We implement new systems, policies, and procedures to meet the requirements of various regulations and enhance the security of your organization. These new policies and procedures will help align, revise, and audit your company’s compliance with security requirements.
We continually evaluate your company’s compliance as new requirements appear and existing ones change. We also perform regular tests of your security and process controls to help identify any new risks and ensure regulations are still being met.
Our CISO services involve appointing your business a Chief Information Security Officer responsible for managing and maintaining your cyber security framework and compliance, providing you with regular updates and 24/7 support for all aspects of your security program.
Cyber security compliance standards are set by a variety of regulatory requirements, which may apply both locally and internationally. We know that staying ahead of these standards can be overwhelming and expensive. Our cyber security experts at Mindcore can help your company navigate new cyber security compliance standards and meet these major requirements below.
The Department of Defense (DoD) created the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMCC) to safeguard sensitive national security information and enhance the protection of controlled unclassified information (CUI). It is a necessary certification for any company that handles CUI in order to protect DoD information from breaches.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) established its compliance measures for managing and reducing cybersecurity-related risks by combining existing standards, guidelines, and best practices. They have created several cybersecurity reference guidelines and checklists (NIST compliance standards) for various industries, including small to medium-sized businesses and federal agencies and programs requiring stringent security measures.
DFARS is a set of cyber security regulations that the Department of Defense (DoD) now imposes on external contractors and suppliers. Defense contractors and suppliers must meet these requirements in order to be awarded new DoD contracts.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) is a law that includes regulations to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of Personal Health Information (PHI). It applies to any organization that handles healthcare data, including insurance companies, doctor’s offices, hospitals, employers, and business associates handling PHI.
The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) created SOC2, which is a compliance standard for service organizations that assesses the security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy of systems processing user data. It’s a standard that applies to any service organization that process user data.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI–DSS) is a set of twelve regulations that aim to protect credit card information and reduce credit card fraud. It applies to any company handling a customer’s credit card information to protect cardholders against the misuse of their private information.
ISO 27000 is an international family of standards for implementing and managing Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) through security controls. Any business can use this family of regulations for the assessment of their cyber security practices.
NY Department of Financial Services developed the NYFDS Cyber Security Regulation, which includes 23 sections outlining requirements for developing an effective cybersecurity program. Institutions that require DFS licensure or registration must assess their cyber security risks and develop plans to address them proactively.
SEC compliance enforces our nation’s federal securities laws to maintain a fair market and protect investors from fraud. The act’s goal is to increase trust in capital markets by having companies submit reports that provide accurate information for investors. These regulations apply to officers, directors, and principal stakeholders of publicly owned companies.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) is a federal law that requires businesses to keep financial records for up to seven years and mandates certain practices in financial record keeping. It applies to U.S. public company boards, management, and public accounting firms.
Cyber threats are always evolving. So should your defenses. Our team will monitor your cyber security 24/7 so that you get the ongoing protection and security you need to be safe. Let us keep your business secure with our expert cyber security services!
Strengthen your cyber security! Mindcore offers cyber security compliance consulting, services, and training for businesses in New Jersey, Florida, and the U.S. in need of a stronger cyber security program. We can give you a real-time, consolidated view of your compliance status and create a plan to help your company meet new and existing requirements based on your industry and location. Contact us to schedule a consultation or to learn more about our cyber security services today!
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