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Part of protecting your sensitive data requires you to rely on your workforce to make good decisions. InfoSight offers employee training designed to teach your employees to protect the privacy and security of sensitive information throughout the data lifecycle, while helping your organization fully comply with laws, regulations and standards governing privacy, security and records retention.
Organizations struggle to ensure that their business technology infrastructures are secure and compliant with regulations and with industry and company policies. And for many, panic breaks when a major threat or regulatory audit looms. You can ensure continuous compliance with internal policy and regulatory compliance mandates with the right partner.
InfoSight's Regulatory Compliance Review can assist you in determining your compliance prior to the arrival of auditors and examiners. This assessment is conducted against the frameworks your organization is required to comply with, and can vary from engagement to engagement. The security tests performed during the Regulatory Compliance Review cover the following guidelines:
Whether it is Sarbanes-Oxley, GLBA, HIPAA, the US Patriot Act, or any in the list, integrating information in support of compliance is not a one-off proposition. Compliance requires ongoing and constant enforcement. It's never a matter of simply checking a box and then moving to another project.
This is where InfoSight can help. Regardless of how little or how much help you require, InfoSight's compliance experts will provide the support you need to ensure regulatory compliance.
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Response to criminal misconduct has resulted in legal sanctions, governance practices, compliance standards and cultural transformation. To prevent financial crime, and to protect the consumer, many laws, rules and regulations have been put in place by bodies that control financial activity and consumer protection in a given jurisdiction. In general, regulatory compliance means conforming to the rules, policies, standards, or laws that a regulating body prescribes. In an effort to comply with these standards, corporations and public agencies aspire to ensure that personnel are aware of and take steps to comply with relevant laws and regulations.
Due to the increasing number of regulations and need for operational transparency, organizations are increasingly adopting the use of consolidated and harmonized sets of compliance controls. This approach is used to ensure that all necessary governance requirements can be met without the unnecessary duplication of effort and activity from resources. InfoSight Inc provides a single point of access to information and services that help organizations comply with stringent regulatory requirements, keep criminals away from their doors, and protect their reputation.
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