. : Secure Datacom's Compliancy Offering
The Internet revolution has increased government and private sector concern for security, liability and economic stability. To protect consumer privacy and corporate proprietary information, the government has mandated regulations, such as Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act.
Businesses are encouraged to adopt NIST or ISO standards, which are based on the confidentiality, integrity and availability security principles.
Secure Datacom’s go-to-market strategy is to offer security solutions that enable compliance while balancing cost and convenience. Our assessment services, technologies and domain knowledge take a consultative and tactical approach to solving today’s compliance issues. Secure Datacom Compliance Reseller Program translates obtuse government regulations, interprets industry standards and incorporates best practices into assessment, product sales and results.
We offer a comprehensive set of services and technologies that reduce the cost, increase the convenience and improve the compliance of an information security posture, while building confidentiality, integrity and availability into its information assets.
Business Market Drivers
Business leaders face tough financial decisions when it comes to choosing the right path to security. In addition to managing cost in their day-to-day businesses, they must measure the potential risks, have viable security options to choose from and must know the compliance regulations. We work to reduce cost by mitigating product solutions for the known risks in:
Workflow bottleneck can be a result of poorly integrated security products and systems. Security product usability is an important element of employee job satisfaction, reduction in errors and ultimately, total productivity. We help to identify products which enable:
- Workflow efficiencies
Meeting government compliance regulations and anticipating the introduction of new standards or laws is a daunting task for IT executives. The 10th annual Network World 500 survey reports that for the third year in a row, security remains one of the top concerns of executives. Sixty percent of those surveyed said that over the next 12 months, getting their organizations into compliance with regulations is “extremely important”. Almost half of those surveyed said they will upgrade their applications or purchase new applications to ensure compliance with regulations such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability (HIPAA) and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Acts. We recognize that other security initiatives also apply when choosing products and systems:
- Best Practices
- Policy Enforcement
- Risk Management
- Industry Standards
- Federal & State Regulations