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
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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.
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.
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.
ISO/IEC 27002 is the information security standard which defines more than 100 recommendations that can help you protect your organization. These best practices create a secure company environment where you minimize the risk of business data leaks that cost money, trouble, and customers’ trust.
Safetica can help you with your security audit, data classification, setting up policies to protect your sensitive data, or with managing your company assets.
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.
We offer two solutions that can help
with regulatory compliance:
Includes Data Loss Prevention and Insider Threat Protection which are self-managed expert solutions offering a full range of scenarios that focus on data security, workspace audits, and cost optimization.
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protects customer data
complies with ISO norms
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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.
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