Cybersecurity Advisory Services
In today’s changing world, there are many regulations that businesses must stay in compliance with to ensure the security of staff, customers, and the organization as a whole. FireBird Security Risk and Compliance Consulting LLC proudly offers a range of cybersecurity advisory services for clients around the country. Schedule a consultation to learn more about the EI3PA compliance and audit standards and regulations.
HIPAA exists to protect patient privacy and health information while allowing groups to create new technologies that improve the quality and efficiency of patient care. This security rule is flexible and scalable, allowing covered entities to implement new standards and regulations, and technologies that fit the group’s size, structure, and risks.
Designed to protect cardholder data, PCI standards are both technical and operational. These standards cover all merchants and organizations that store, process, or transmit data. As times change and technology improves, new requirements are put in place for software developers and app manufacturers. Compliance in this area is mandatory for all merchants and is enforced by major credit card brands, including the following:
- American Express
- Discover Financial Services
- JCB International
- MasterCard Worldwide
- Visa Inc.
(Federal Financial Institution Examination Council (FFIEC)), GLBA & NCUA Compliance
Bank data falls under a specific set of guidelines. These regulations are designed to help banks, credit unions, and other types of financial institutions become more secure with personal and banking account data.
ISO is an enterprise-wide scalable information security management system (ISMS) that companies can adopt to help them either with current regulations like Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) to become secure and compliant or to protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Almost every state in the union has a PII law that companies need to understand and implement controls to secure PII.
Experian has set a new standard that companies who use Experian data are required to adhere to. Companies that are in the business of performing background checks or verifying customer credit information are required to ensure that all Experian customer data is properly protected and secured.
Under the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002, specific agencies have responsibilities to ensure the safety and security of federal government data. This act calls for annual reviews of security programs by program officials. The goal of this act is to keep risks at or below acceptable levels. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) details nine steps toward compliance with FISMA.