Regulatory Compliance

Achieve effortless and straightforward compliance with local and international regulations. Leverage Safetica's cost-effective data discovery, classification, and data loss prevention solutions to ensure data privacy and compliance with regulations like GDPR, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and more.

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      Regulatory Compliance

      Achieve effortless and straightforward compliance with local and international regulations. Leverage Safetica's cost-effective data discovery, classification, and data loss prevention solutions to ensure data privacy and compliance with regulations like GDPR, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and more.

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          What is Regulatory compliance?

          Every company needs to comply with regulations, from general protection of data to vertical-specific law and policies. Regulatory compliance means being aware of those rules and taking steps to comply with them. Non-compliance is a serious legal and reputation issue.

          We can help you with multiple regulations

          Why Safetica

          Continuous Monitoring and Auditing

          Safetica offers real-time monitoring and audit trails that provide full visibility into data access and usage, supporting compliance and security efforts.

          Zero-Day Threat Detection & Response

          Safetica's proactive identification and immediate response to emerging threats ensure protection against zero-day vulnerabilities

          Behavioral Analytics & Anomaly Detection

          Safetica's advanced behavioral analytics identify suspicious activities and anomalies, enabling early detection and mitigation of potential security breaches.

          Security Controls as Evidence

          Strong security controls and practices serve as evidence of compliance during audits and assessments. Proper documentation of security measures and incident response activities helps demonstrate due diligence and adherence to regulatory requirements.

          See how Safetica can facilitate your regulatory compliance

          GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a European Union personal data protection regulation. It is the strictest and most complex in the world. But we are here to help you!

          With Safetica, it is easy to comply with strict GDPR requirements. You‘ll have a better overview of what‘s going on in your company, see how employees treat sensitive data, minimize the risk of personal data being misused, and when there‘s a security threat, you‘ll be notified in real time.

          Are you in compliance with GDPR 
          How Safetica helps you to comply with GDPR
          How to use Safetica to comply with GDPR

          What is GDPR? The scope, purpose, fines and how to comply
          GDPR vs CCPA: Key Benefits and Differences

          The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) is a standard developed to protect sensitive data related to payment cards and created using such cards.

          Safetica can help you protect stored cardholder data, restrict access to it on a need-to-know basis, audit all access to network resources and cardholder data and much more.

          How Safetica helps to comply with PCI-DSS 
          PCI-DSS Compliance Report 
          PCI DSS Regulation: The Scope, Purpose, and How to Comply

          The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act deals with the protection of health-related personal data and governs the ways it can be processed. Any system processing health information has to provide protection against threats, hazards to security or integrity, unauthorized use, or disclosure of the information.

          Safetica can help you analyse threats and respond to them, restrict access to protected data, receive real-time alerts and summary reports, or facilitate encryption management.

          How Safetica helps to comply with HIPAA 
          What is HIPAA? The Scope, Purpose and How to Comply

          ISO/IEC 27001 is an Information Security Management Standard (ISMS) jointly published by the International Organization for Standardization and the International Electrotechnical Commission. ISO 27001 lays out how businesses should manage the risks associated with information security threats, including policies, procedures, technical measures, and staff training.

          Safetica can help you with your security audit, data classification, setting up policies to protect your sensitive data, or managing your company assets.

          How Safetica helps to comply with ISO/IEC 27001 
          ISO 27001/IEC 27001: The Scope, Purpose, and How to Comply

          Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a security assessment and verification standard for defense contractors providing services and products to the Department of Defense (DoD).

          The CMMC was first announced in January 2020, and targeted the more than 300,000 companies that make up the defense industrial base (DIB). The intent is to assess the security levels of companies in the DIB to protect controlled unclassified information (CUI) and federal contract information (FCI) against cybersecurity attacks, so crucial data is not intercepted by hackers or enemies of the United States.

          How Safetica helps to comply with CMMS 2.0
          CMMC: The Scope, Purpose, and How to Comply

          California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a state-wide law that grants consumers in California several privacy rights to give them more control over their data. The law was passed by the California State Legislature and signed into law by California Governor Jerry Brown on June 28, 2018, becoming effective on January 1, 2020. The law was further expanded in November 2020 with the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA, also known as Proposal 24), which will come into effect on January 1st, 2023.

          With Safetica, your business can take care of all those steps and become CCPA compliant much easier. Perform security audits, have an overview of sensitive data, set your internal DLP policies and guidelines, and identify any security threats.

          CCPA compliance: What is CCPA and when should you care
          All you Need to Know About CCPA Violations
          GDPR vs CCPA: Key Benefits and Differences

          TISAX is a European information and cyber-security standard developed to protect data within the automotive industry. It is used to assess all organizations involved in the production of vehicles and allows the subsequent sharing of results on a designated, non-public platform. 

          With Safetica, it is easy to comply with TISAX data protection-related requirements. You‘ll have a better overview of how automotive production-related data are handled, see how employees treat such sensitive data and minimize the risk of misusing sensitive and personal data. When there‘s a security threat, you‘ll be notified in real-time.

          TISAX: The Scope, Purpose, and How to Comply

          On September 21, 2021, the National Assembly of Québec passed a law known as Law 25. This legislation focuses on safeguarding individuals' personal information and brings about important changes to how privacy is managed in Québec. Law 25 is applicable to all entities that have customers utilizing their goods or services within the province of Quebec.

          The implementation of the various new measures outlined in this law will be phased in over a three-year period, with each phase starting on September 22 of each year until 2024.

          With Safetica, you can get an overview of your sensitive data and information flow. You can classify your data and set specific security policies to comply with Law 25.

          The implementation of the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) is scheduled for January 2025. Currently, EU financial institutions and their ICT partners have a 24-month preparation period to ensure their compliance with the regulation. 

          With Safetica you will have a comprehensive overview of data security within your organization, facilitated through automatic reports. The solution analyses insider risks and prevents data from being misused or leaked from the company. 

          DORA: The Scope, Purpose, and What to Expect

          Network and Information Security (NIS2) is an EU directive that was introduced in 2016. Its aim is to establish a standard level of protection across the EU by implementing cybersecurity requirements and measures. The directive specifies affected sectors, defines security requirements, unifies reporting obligations, and introduces enforcement measures and sanctions.  

          With Safetica you can analyze threats, classify data, and set security policies, hence improving your data security. The solution performs security audits and delivers automatic reports. In case of an incident, it provides real-time notifications, so you can respond promptly. 

          NIS2: The Scope, Purpose, and What Changes to Expect

          The Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) came into effect on July 1, 2023. It aims to safeguard the privacy rights of residents in Colorado while enhancing data security practices. The act outlines guidelines for businesses regarding the management of sensitive data and empowers customers with additional rights and control over their data. 

          Safetica performs security audits, classifies your sensitive data, sets up policies, and mitigates insider risks. With Safetica all your data will be safeguarded against leakage. 

          Colorado Privacy Act: The Scope, Purpose, and How to Comply

          The Connecticut Data Privacy Act (CTDPA) came into effect on July 1, 2023. It empowers customers with control over the collection and processing of their personal information by businesses and organizations operating in Connecticut. 

          Safetica helps you classify your data and set security policies to be compliant with CTDPA. The solution enables data classification and access restriction. In case of a violation, Safetica promptly notifies you, and you can respond immediately. 

          Connecticut Data Privacy Act (CTDPA): The Scope, Purpose, and How to Comply

          The Australian Privacy Act regulates the collection, usage, and disclosure of personal data, applying to both government and private sector organizations within Australia. The Act applies to organizations with an annual turnover of AUD 3 million or more, as well as private health service providers, credit reporting bodies, and individuals who handle tax file number information. 

          Safetica continuously analyzes and safeguards your sensitive data 24/7. It enforces access restrictions based on your DLP policie and detects security threats. In case of a security incident, you will receive a real-time notification. 

          Australian Privacy Principles: The Scope, Purpose, and How to Comply


          Safetica helps with other regulations such as

          • SOC 2 / SOC 3
          • NIST CSF
          • NIST 800-171
          • NIST 800-53
          • FedRamp

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          Did you know?

          Only 69% of businesses are utilizing technology to support their compliance programs.

          The US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) levied an $80 million civil penalty against Capital One for a data breach that exposed the records of more than 100 million customers.

          H&M paid a €35 million fine for a GDPR violation of monitoring several hundred employees. Detailed employee profiles were created and used to help evaluate their performance and make decisions about their employment.

          Google Inc.’s €50 million fine is the largest yet for a GDPR violation. They were fined for the lack of transparency, inadequate information, and a lack of valid consent for ad personalization.


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          PP&C Auditores Independentes provides audit, consulting and accounting services

          and complies with GDPR and protects data cost-effectively

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          POBA Services

          complies with ISO norms

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          Telekom Malaysia

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          Files can only move in predefined ways, and records are available for all actions. Management now gets weekly summary reports on user internet activity, application use, document printing and file lifecycles. In the event of a security incident, POBA management is notified immediately.

          POBA Services a.s.,
          part of Poštová banka