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IT Compliance & Audit Services

Compliance doesn’t equal security, but security equals compliance.

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Audit-Ready Compliance

Compliance burdens can be overwhelming at times. Gathering updated documentation, making sure all stakeholders have completed their tasks, aligning security controls to requirements, and staying on top of deadlines is often compounded by multiple compliance requirements. For example, if you need to meet both HIPAA and GDPR compliance, you may have some overlap in those frameworks, but will also have documentation that is unique to each. To make matters more difficult, you have auditors, interviews, and management to keep track of–all the while, you probably have entire departments to run. TRUE Compliance experts can help you prepare, guiding you through every step of the audit process. Further, we can help you centralize and automate many of these functions for greater efficiency year-over-year. Don’t spend valuable business time worrying about regulations and possible fines. Let TRUE do the heavy lifting.

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Compliance may be the biggest driver in information security. High profile breaches in the retail and healthcare industries have made PCI and HIPAA household terms. Compliance, however, has a negative connotation for many individuals and organizations, alike.

Frustration and disillusionment within the information technology profession have led to phrases like, “compliance doesn’t equal security.” We agree. We believe, however, that in its proper place, compliance can be incredibly healthy and helpful. This requires a strategic shift that changes the goal of compliance from being focused on external regulations to being driven by internal requirements. This shift can save your organization from falling to the folly of regulatory tunnel vision.

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Once you have a security program that is strategically focused on what matters to your organization, compliance becomes valuable. Internal compliance ensures that your security controls are addressing your unique risks as well as regulatory requirements. That is why, at TRUE, we say that compliance doesn’t equal security, but security equals compliance.

TRUE’s Risk Advisory Team is comprised of highly specialized experts who will not only perform your annual audits but give you the reporting and personal consultation designed to help you grow your security posture and harden your network, preparing for the intense demands that define industries such as Health Tech.

With a rapidly changing threat landscape, it’s imperative to stay current on all existing regulations as well as new ones. TRUE has extensive experience with many different standards and regulations. Some of the most prominent ones are listed here.

The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS)

PCI DSS is one of many PCI standards created to protect cardholder data. As a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) and an Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV), True is uniquely qualified to help your organization navigate PCI requirements.

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The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA)

HIPPA is revolutionizing security in the Healthcare industry and we are on the front lines with our clients and partners in this space.

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The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP)

NERC CIP standards are designed to protect North America's bulk electric grid, thereby affecting the Energy & Utilities industry.

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Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC)

FFIEC Information Technology Examination Handbook (IT Handbook) audits are becoming increasingly challenging for financial organizations as IT Examiners become increasingly capable of evaluating the intricate details of the complex security controls required to protect against today's advanced threats.

SOC 1,2,3 and SSAE 18

The AICPA’s SAS No. 70, Service Organizations, has evolved into a family of Service Organization Control (SOC) Reports, which relate to information security and provide assurances about privacy and confidentiality controls as well as the security, availability, and processing integrity of their systems. As companies are increasingly adopting vendor management programs to assess the IT security of their vendors, the demand for SOC Reporting is on the rise. Our experts are available to provide service organizations with audit preparation consulting, coaching, IT GRC services, and security program development guidance to ensure necessary controls are in place for future successful SOC engagements.

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