Compliance Management by Digital Hands
Comprehensive computer system security is essential for any organization. In fact, in many industries network security and data protection are the law. A variety of federal standards and regulations exist for different industries with regards to system protection. Failure to comply with these standards can result in heavy fines or even jail time.
However, keeping track of all required standards and what they entail can be a difficult proposition. Implementing these standards effectively is even more difficult and often requires more comprehensive IT resources than most organizations are equipped for.
The solution is Digital Hands Managed Security Services. Digital Hands is up to date on all the latest compliance standards and can implement them properly to ensure maximum system security. Areas of regulatory compliance include…
- Policy & Compliance Analysis.
- PCI Compliance. Retail stores, restaurants, hotels, and all other establishments that process credit or debit card payments must have Payment Card Industry compliance, ensuring the security of customers’ payment card information against identity theft.
- HIPAA Compliance. Any healthcare establishment, including hospitals, doctors’ offices, health and life insurance facilities, and college and university campuses that provide healthcare for students, must take comprehensive measures to ensure the privacy of sensitive patient data, including network security, in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act of 1996.
- SOX Compliance. As per the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, all public companies and accounting firms must report annual financial information and undergo regular auditing of those reports to ensure data control. Data control includes things like loss prevention, risk assessment, and other network security issues.
Digital Hands provides the most comprehensive compliance options for these and other standards, in a variety of industries. We make sure our clients are in line with all required standards, without tying up their own resources in matters that prevent them from running their company efficiently.