GLBA Risk Assessment Alabama

InfoSight's GLBA Risk Assessment in Alabama provides your organization with a systematic approach to Audit and Risk Assessment. Gramm Leach Bliley Act (GLBA) specifies what measures financial institutions are required to take to protect the privacy their customers' privacy.

In today's high volume internet world, you need to make sure, that not only is your business GLBA compliant, but protected. Security in your network should be your top priority to keep your valuable data safe.

We at InfoSight are comprised of only an expert team of professionals to trust for proper assistance in this area. Performing a GLBA Risk Assessment provides you with a systematic approach to Audit and Risk Assessment allowing you to respond to your directors and examiners with knowledge, awareness, preparation, and confidence.

The Benefits of a GLBA Risk Assessment are:
    • Compliance with GLBA Safeguards and Privacy Rules
    • Identification of non-compliant areas and understanding of what actions are needed to
      comply with GLBA Safeguards and Privacy Rules
    • Proper 3rd party objective demonstration of GLBA compliance
    • Avoidance of fines that could result of a failing a GLBA Audit
    • Reduction of the cost, confusion, and complexity of GLBA compliance

While the GLBA only specifies a risk assessment of physical and electronic customer data, we offer a GLBA risk assessment that covers all IT risk management functions including security, outsourcing, and business continuity.

Security Awareness Training
Although this requirement is not due until the compliance deadline, we recommend that security awareness training be one of your first initiatives. When everyone associated with your organization understands information security, your compliance path gains momentum rather than meeting resistance.

Contact us to help you leverage your existing IT to create a more risk-aware, secure and compliant organization.

Complementary Services
Vulnerability Assessment
Penetration Testing
Intrusion Detection and Prevention