Never Fear a Security Audit Again.
Security compliance is tough and getting tougher for businesses.
PCI, GLBA, HIPAA, SOX all have strict regulations that protect consumer data, and these standards change constantly. Violations can result in huge fines and penalties, not to mention a damaged reputation among the public. Happy endings are hard to come by.
No one wants to run afoul of the law, but staying in compliance is getting harder all the time and even skilled IT personnel have a hard time keeping up. Vermont Connections can help you with this.
Our security compliance services solve this problem by putting trained specialists in charge of keeping your data safe. They stay on top of new regulatory standards and make sure your company is in lockstep with them.
Protections We Offer
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) sets the standard for all companies that accept payment cards. It doesn’t matter what size your business is or the number of transactions you process on an annual basis – every merchant is held to the same standard of providing a secure environment for customer data.
HIPAA and HITECH Mandates
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act is a law that sets privacy and security specifications for protecting medical records. This is multi-faceted law with many provisions, but IT compliance is mainly concerned with Title II standards for providing a secure environment for healthcare transactions. Organizations must also keep access to data secure and in compliance with rules established by Health and Human Services.
HITECH is the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health. Both HIPAA and HITECH state that information must be digitized and protected, although, as the sheer quantity of data grows, IT departments need increasingly complex solutions to manage it all.
Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX)
This legislation was created to protect the public and shareholders from fraudulent practices in the business sector. It has stringent guidelines about how corporate records are stored and the length of time they are kept. IT departments are charged with storing certain records for a minimum of five years, among other tasks.
This U.S. federal law regulates how banks and other financial institutions handle the private information of consumers, particularly how this data is collected, disclosed and secured.
We know compliance standards, and we will keep your company protected. Our Security Compliance services are structured around the goal of making sure every business can rest assured that their data is safe and their future secure.