We don’t need to tell you why compliance is important, just know keeping your company in line with complience is top of mind when we audit your cybersecurity solution.
NIST 800-53 (DFARS)
ISO 27001 and 27002 Compliance
Also known as the Financial Modernization Act of 1999, is a consumer protection. The U.S. law focuses on protecting sensitive information, such as addresses, names and credit histories, that consumers and customers provide to financial institutions, such as banks and financial planners. As a part of GLBA compliance, financial organizations must notify customers about how they share NPI, as well as inform consumers of their right to request that their data remains unavailable to unaffiliated third parties.
If you’re required to comply with this FTC standard, a critical item on your GLBA compliance checklist will be your cybersecurity. Because of the Safeguards Rule and Pretexting Provisions, you’ll need a cybersecurity solution that provides comprehensive monitoring, event logging and log management, as well as an infrastructure that’s compliant with GLBA