Each industry has its own set of information security compliance regulations it must fulfill and adhere to and we understand that the process can be daunting and confusing. However, there is no time more important than now to be in complete compliance. The sophistication and frequency in which cyber criminals are operating lately has been extremely damaging to consumers, leading to an urgent increase in regulatory compliance audits. Vanguard Compliance Manager was specifically created to automatically find and close any compliance gaps that may otherwise cause heavy fines and unwanted attention.
FISMA is part of the E-Government Act of 2002 introduced to improve the management of electronic government services and processes. It reduces the security risk to federal information and data while managing federal spending on information security.
The General Data Protection Regulation has been introduced to strengthen and unify data protection in the European Union (EU) to address the export of personal data outside of the EU.
The GLBA requires that the financial industry creates an information security plan to ensure the confidentiality and security of customer’s nonpublic personal information.
A set of standards for sensitive patient data. It requires that any company that handles protected health information (PHI) have physical, network and process security measures in place.
The Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) is a collaboration of major healthcare providers who established a certifiable framework to be used by any organization that can create, access, store, or exchange personal health and financial information
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance is a set of policies and procedures developed to protect credit, debit and cash card transactions and prevent misuse of cardholders’ personal information. It is required by all card companies.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) was created to improve accounting and disclosure and to increase transparency in corporate governance and financial reporting.
Establishes cybersecurity requirements for financial services companies based in New York. The regulation was established due to the increase and sophistication of cyber attacks in recent years. It is among the newest compliance regulations and a possible guideline for more states to follow in the future.