It Compliance Services to Keep Your Paperwork Straight
You don’t want your business to fall off course when it comes to regulatory compliance rules.
Charting Your Route to Compliance
Meeting compliance standards is critical for your business. Large or small, organizations that deal with certain kinds of information need to follow regulations to the letter. Being non-compliant can jeopardize your company’s reputation. It can prevent you from doing business with certain government agencies or within certain markets. It can cost you time and money in reporting, fines and possible lost revenue.
The Aeko Technologies team understands today’s regulatory needs and is always watching for changes in the landscape.
Don’t risk failing an audit! Count on our proven systems for protecting data... and easing your mind.
Aeko’s knowledge of control and compliance comes from years of experience with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) regulations for an S&P 500 company.
CMMC Compliance: The Time Is Now
If you are doing business with the Department of Defense (DoD), Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is now the law of the land. Gone is the easy method of self-certifying through NIST 800-171 cybersecurity framework. The goal of the switch to CMMC is to deter breaches and avoid disruptions in the supply chain.
As part of CMMC, your business will be audited to ensure IT compliance with one of five regulatory levels. Choosing the right level for your organization is critical to passing this audit.
Aeko Technologies helps companies meet CMMC regulations, choose the right level, prepare for an audit and more. Learn more about how the new CMMC process works and what you need to be successful. Or book an appointment for a free consultation.
Credit Card or PCI Compliance
Credit card (or PCI) compliance is changing, too. Many companies are feeling the effects of recent tightening of requirements by credit card (CC) processors. According to PCI Security Standards Council, more changes are on the way: The current proposed timeline puts the PCI DSS 4.0 to be completed in mid 2021.
With Aeko’s comprehensive PCI assessment and tools, we provide clear reports based on where you are today. These reports outline your short- and long-term goals for meeting PCI compliance.
Don’t risk failing compliance checks or being blindsided by CC processor changes. Call on our team to help your IT department or to take IT compliance concerns off your to-do list completely.
With support from the Aeko team, you can meet HIPAA regulations and get back to business.
With Aeko’s efficient HIPAA assessment and tools, we thoroughly document your organization’s current situation. Our reports help you build a tactical technology strategy for both short- and long-term goals. Book an appointment for a free consultation.
Your IT Compliance Questions, Answered
Compliance services ensure you’re following the standards set by the regulatory institution or institutions that oversee your industry. We help you report your compliance processes and understand risks that come with your business. We can also help if a breach occurs so customers can remain loyal and trusting.
With Aeko Technologies’ breadth of experience, we know your industry and understand its applicable standards. But, we also know that compliance regulations are ever-changing. Our reputation is at stake, too, when you trust us to keep your business up-to-date with compliance regulations. Let us take care of tracking the latest rules and how they affect you, so you can focus on your business.
- Internal audits
- External third-party audits
- Security assessments
- Risk assessments
- Employee training
- Creating security procedures
- Implementing compliance policies
IT compliance differs from IT security in several ways. IT security calls for safeguards to protect business information. It is an internal measure to protect a business’s assets. IT compliance is based on the external requirements of an industry or regulatory agency to protect the confidential data that consumers and users share with a company.
There are a number of types of compliance, such as PCI DSS, HIPAA, CMMC, SOC 2, Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) and International Organization of Standardization (ISO).
Our radars are set to monitor the skies for regulations like CMMC, PCI, HIPAA and more. If you have questions about compliance needs, we can answer them.
The goal of IT compliance is to protect the data of consumers and users by meeting an industry’s requirements for digital security.
You need to prove to your customers that they can trust you with their data. They deserve to know that their information is kept secure, whether you’re in the medical, government, financial or sales industry.
Compliance regulations are meant to protect sensitive data. Noncompliance isn’t something to take lightly. Failure to adhere to compliance regulations results in punishment including fines, imprisonment, suspension of business. Even if your business stays open, your reputation, credibility and trustworthiness may suffer. Compliance rules and regulations are constantly changing and evolving—the moment you decide not to keep up with them, it could cost you your business.
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