If your organization is like most, you must use technology to remain effective and competitive. Yet the very technology that makes you effective can also make you vulnerable to competitors, malevolent hackers and even internal fraud. SecureIT‘s risk and compliance services combine technology best practices expertise, industry knowledge, and managerial experience to help clients manage their technology risks and maximize return on their IT investments, all the while complying with applicable laws and regulations.
Compliance Readiness & Program Management: Address current and applicable regulatory requirements. Help develop processes and procedures that address future mandates more effectively, while minimizing redundancies between various compliance systems. Install processes and systems to monitor and report on compliance initiatives and current status.
Control Framework Implementation: Help clients navigate the complex array of industry frameworks such as ITIL, COBIT, and ISO to identify the most appropriate standard(s) for their organizations. Develop a plan to assess the current state of systems and policies, compare them to a desired future state, and provide a comprehensive gap analysis.
SSAE16 / SOC2 Advisory: Work with clients to identify controls and control objectives, design tests of operating effectiveness, and ensure that all controls are in place and operating as intended. Work with our CPA partners to deliver seamless advisory and audit services.
FedRAMP Advisory: Assist government agencies to achieve FedRAMP certification of government owned/controlled cloud solutions. Perform readiness assessments and gap analyses. Develop required FedRAMP artifacts. Assist with security control implementation, policy/procedure development, and continuous monitoring programs.
NIST 800-171 Advisory: Work with organizations to ensure that they are adequately protecting Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). Develop NIST SP 800-171 compliance programs, and help contractors ensure that they have appropriate controls in place for transmitting or storing this data in non-federal information systems.
Compliance Assessment: Perform audits and compliance assessments against standards and regulations such as ISO 27001, NIST/FISMA, SOX, HIPAA/HITECH, and FFIEC. Advise on security program enhancements and control implementation when gaps are identified.