Simplifying the Regulatory Landscape
TSI has an established practice, helping businesses meet federal, state, industry compliance and regulatory technology requirements. We are fully aware that meeting these levels of IT compliance is an ongoing process, that includes the regular and rigorous testing of your information management strategy, as well as the reporting needed to verify your level of compliance.
Organizations processing credit cards or any other forms of electronic payments are subject to PCI Compliance. TSI’s in-house security experts provide a strategic roadmap to ensure your organization is managing this data in accordance to industry regulations, as well as the identification and remediation of any gaps in your adherence to compliance.
Any organization who stores or uses personal information are subject to 201 CMR 17.00. This includes having a readily available written and continuously audited plan to ensure the integrity and safeguarding of sensitive data. TSI assists organizations through educating and implementing strategies that limit the liabilities of noncompliance and minimize the effect of a data breach.
The need for strong security measures to protect sensitive government data from hackers has never been more pertinent. To address this problem, the Department of Commerce National Institute of Standards & Technology has released NIST Special Publication 800-171, Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information in Non-federal Information Systems & Organizations. If you are a contractor to governmental agencies, SP800-171, along with the associated Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) impacts your ability to continue doing business with the Government unless you are compliant.
Organizations subject to HIPAA rely on TSI to validate their compliance and provide the strategies needed to ensure the long term adherence to best practices. Our auditing services audit the existing environment to identify HIPAA violations, providing a guide to resolve and ensure immediate and long term compliance.
Financial institutions providing customers with financial products or services are subject to the regulatory requirements outlined in the Gramm-Leach-Billey Act or GLBA. This act outlines the safeguards required to ensure the protection of confidential customer information which includes the ongoing monitoring of network systems, real time alerting, as well as proof of compliance and remediation. New England financial institutions rely on us to stay ahead of the ever-changing requirements of GLBA compliance to protect their customers and mitigate the effects of today’s increasingly hostile cyber intrusion trends.
One key component to maintaining compliance is educating end users about best practices. Educating your employees on the subject of compliance and best practices is the first line of defense toward limiting exposure to risk. Our governance and compliance experts train clients to understand these requirements, creating a comprehensive long term adherence strategy.
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