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Compliance is a constant and growing challenge for IT organizations.

The daily reality for many IT organizations is balancing the support of evolving and expanding infrastructure with flat budgets. The need to understand changing compliance requirements, then implement and maintain the tools and processes to meet them is daunting.

And it’s not only becoming compliant—it’s being able to prove you’ve taken those steps. Usually, this means finding and consolidating data from a variety of disparate sources—and then matching it back to the requirements.

Like most challenges, breaking it into more manageable steps can be a helpful approach. Many regulations and standards share common themes, as the ultimate goal is to reduce risk to your company and its customers.

Here are some best practices to consider:

  • Control access to your data
  • Have an audit trail
  • Detect and communicate breaches
  • Implement and perform fundamental security hygiene

Your Data Is Your Most Critical Asset

Control Access

Control Access

Because your data is so precious, bad actors are trying to get it. At the same time, you have well-meaning employees who have access to more than they need, who can inadvertently leave you exposed. You constantly need to manage who has access to what, and work towards granting access only to those who need it. This whitepaper outlines the challenge and provides advice on how to decrease your risk. 

Have an Audit Trail

Have an Audit Trail

With IT infrastructure, the good news is you have a detailed log of everything that’s happened. The challenge is combing through all the data from disparate sources to find what you need. The technology exists to collect and consolidate this information into meaningful compliance reports. This video shares how.      
Watch the video

Detect Breaches

Detect Breaches

Many regulations require your organization not only to have tools and process in place to detect data breaches, but to report on them in a timely manner. Account Takeover is a common hacker tactic you need to understand. In this recent TechPod episode, Brandon Shopp, VP of product strategy, and Chris LaConte, chief strategy officer at SpyCloud, discuss this threat landscape and what you can do about it.

Fundamental Security Controls

Fundamental Security Controls

Many regulatory bodies include a requirement to have foundational security tools in place and up-to-date. These include patching, antivirus, and Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) solutions. It seems fundamental, but it’s easy to lose sight of these functions with everything else on your plate. As part of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we wrote a blog to help you provide the best security solutions for your stakeholders.    

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