Compliance is about maintaining the standards defined by legal mandates, contractual obligations, and internal polices and standards. Attention to compliance results in the satisfactory assurance and management of security risk at a level deemed acceptable by your stakeholders.
Once your organization has developed an information security strategy that aligns to business objectives, compliance and assurance activities take you to the next level of continuous commitment to required operational and legal guidelines.
Failure to comply with regulations can lead to adverse legal implications and potential financial penalties. SCS brings a deep understanding of data privacy regulations and best practice security frameworks. We can help you develop a strategy and implement the technical and administrative controls to achieve compliance with any of these regulations.
We recognize that some organizations perceive information security compliance as a set of continuous rigorous tasks. Regulatory compliance adds value to organizations via the structural requirements and processes that guide your security structure. The guidelines SCS uses are flexible enough to help align your information security and risk management protocols to your organizational objectives.
Examples of compliance activities include:
Risk assessment and planning
Tracking of metrics
Investigation of anomalies
Mitigation of well-known operational or security violations
Monitoring and responding to industry regulatory trends
Integration of assurance initiatives across the organization
Mapping operational activities to recognized frameworks and standards
Compliance indicates to your customers that you have made arrangements to ensure your sustained operations, even in the face of adversity; that you have pursued a “Strategy of Readiness and Resilience.”
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