Compliance in any industry provides goals and standards to measure yourself against.
Adhering to the best practices of the cybersecurity industry, whether it’s required through contract or regulation, or by choice, can help your business, instill confidence in your users and reduce your risk of a data breach.
At Truvantis, we’re driven to help you get the best value out of your compliance program. Rather than just checking the boxes of what’s required, we’ll help you to actually reduce your risk and harden your security in the ways that matter most.
We do this by starting with your business goals, not your list of compliance requirements. Then, we’ll create security recommendations that are right for your business, while still complying with applicable regulations and controls. Sometimes it’s better to change a business process to avoid compliance rather than just blindly apply compliance obligations to what you currently do.
Our deeper understanding of technology enables us to fulfill those requirements without a one-size-fits-all technology. Instead, we can deliver the attributes of the security you need, without making you purchase a list of required devices verbatim.
The Truvantis team can help with both sides of meeting a security standard:
We’re also experts in a wide range of cybersecurity standards and can navigate the compliance landscape in a four-step process that best supports your organization’s mission:
Whatever your compliance target requires– we can help you to build it, implement it, train your people, monitor your systems and validate implementation.
Explore our compliance services spanning the industry’s security requirements to learn more. Regardless of your specific requirements, each of these standards demand that you have a robust security program. And that’s what we do.
A series of actionable controls that help organizations prepare their cybersecurity architecture for known attacks. This is a great entry-level standard for organizations addressing cybersecurity for the first time.
Discover what CIS Controls you’re missing and create a roadmap to remediation.
These mandatory security standards apply to organizations that store, process or transmit payment card data.
An independent assessment that validates your organization's compliance with PCI DSS standards. Only QSA companies such as Truvantis are permitted to do this for you.
A self-assessment of compliance with PCI DSS standards. We can either assist you in performing this self-assessment or perform it on your behalf.
Legal requirements for data security and privacy rights pertaining to the transmission of medical records.
Evaluation of your organization against the NIST guide to the implementation of the HIPAA Security Rule.
An audit of the security of service providers that manage your data.
Identify the controls that you will need to SOC 2 compliance, negotiate with your AICPA auditor to agree to their sufficiency and then develop a plan to get you audit-ready.
Specifications needed to create a framework to encompass all of your organization's risk management practices, including legal, technical, and physical controls.
Identify the controls that you will need to achieve compliance, negotiate with your ISO27001 auditor to agree on their sufficiency and then develop a plan to get you audit-ready.
A listing of compliance requirements for non-governmental computer systems to store and secure Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI).
Learn how your current operations compare to the NIST 800-171 standards and develop an action plan to meet the standards.
A voluntary framework consisting of standards, guidelines and best practices to manage cybersecurity risk that’s targeted at U.S. critical infrastructure but broadly applicable to all organizations.
An analysis that compares your current operations with NIST CSF and develops a plan to guide remediation activities.
A 2002 law to improve the trustworthiness of corporate disclosures, and to protect consumers and shareholders from fraudulent practices or accounting errors.
We work with your internal auditors to identify your existing IT General Controls, compare them against SOX requirements and identify remediation necessary for a successful external audit.