Let us show you how you can simplify your compliance processes and run your business without any expensive and disruptive regulatory risks.
Given the increasingly stringent cyber-security regulations in all industries, you can no longer put compliance on the back burner. Being compliant requires both fulfilling all your obligations under applicable regulatory standards and providing proof of the same. Thus, in order to pass critical audits, you must have documented validation of compliance. You need a comprehensive solution that automates and streamlines your compliance processes, making it easier for you to adhere to extensive regulatory requirements.
Streamline Your Regulatory Processes with Compliance as a Service. Compliance as a Service (CaaS) is an IT solution that employs cloud computing to store data and manage regulatory compliance for businesses. It not only stores sensitive data in compliance with regulatory requirements but also helps in reporting and managing compliance across your organization.
Why do you need to get compliant now?
- Compliance violations have hefty penalties that come overwhelm or even bankrupt your business.
- Breaches can severely damage your business' reputation.
- Law suits will find you, when the private data is found on a laptop that was stolen or from a data breach where information is then sold to the highest bidder -even rogue or disgruntled employees can be out for you.
- Many regulatory agencies only give you 10 days to respond to documentation requests. Professional assistance is required to handle the complexity of audits and maintain the right documentation.
What do you need to get compliant now?
You need the proper documentation first! For example, in the healthcare industry HIPAA requires some basic documentation. Let's take a look at the most basic requirements...
- Risk assessment
- Policies and procedures
- Management Plan
- Network security
Typically security enforcement agencies are not seeking you out but when a breach happens you will then be audited. The auditors are not generally technically oriented and will not typically be going into your IT infrastructure to check for violations. Instead, they will immediately ask for your documentation - without it, your are considered guilty.
Bottom line, you do not have to be 100% compliant but you better have your proper documentation showing that you are aware of that fact and that you have some plan for achieving compliance in the future.
Do you want a turn-key and affordable way to have your required documentation and plan for regulatory compliance? If so, consider our Compliance as a Service (CaaS). To find out more call EDM Automation at 757-500-5054.
Lee Nelson Sr Solutions Architect