Security is much more than just preventing cyberattacks and avoiding data breaches. It’s about having policies, procedures, and technical controls that meet the requirements of security and privacy regulations like HIPAA, PCI, and others – all of which dictate how sensitive data like financial, healthcare, personal and intellectual property should be protected and managed.

If you store customer financial data, private information, or take credit cards, network security is no longer an option – it’s a necessity. If you must adhere to HIPAA, PCI, or any other regulations, you need a team that understands these requirements and will provide the pieces necessary to keep you compliant.

How Can We Help?

Protecting your information and your customers’ data is our specialty at One Point Solutions. Our team can evaluate your current environment and identify issues that need to be addressed. From there, we can help you develop and implement policies, procedures, and technical controls to keep your data safe and make sure that you meet all compliance requirements.

To make sure that you remain compliant, we will:

  • Actively track, verify, and manage system and configuration changes.
    • According to the most recent Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, misconfigurations contribute to as many as 15 percent of data breaches. Unauthorized and unplanned configuration changes are also a high priority indicator of compromise (IoC) and should be investigated as a possible breach to contain potential attack effects and limit damage.
  • Build, manage, and document specific compliance policies.
    • Written plans are required by regulators and serve as a reassurance to customers and prospects. Documentation of plans, updates and ongoing compliance processes is also a requirement of security and compliance auditors. Compliance is not a one-size-fits-all exercise.
  • Ensure configuration and data back-up processes are in place and have a failsafe recovery plan.
    • When misconfigurations are detected, or if unauthorized changes (either malicious or done in error) are made to data systems, having a backup available for rapid restoral is vital. But a simple restoration to previously saved configurations is not enough. A complete disaster recovery and business continuity plan should be in place to cover contingencies ranging from simple errors to major cyberattacks, including events like denial-of-service attacks or ransomware infections.

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