Compliance Audits Tyler Olli 2017-11-10T17:40:43+00:00
WHAT WE DO
Whether you have to be HIPAA or PCI compliant, our in-depth audits make sure your business is on track.
Audits for Compliance
Organizations change throughout the year; this includes information technology such as equipment, and data files. In addition, for most companies employees come and go at certain frequency. The compliance assessment you perform today has an expiration date. How long that is really depends on a number of factors, including the type of the business, size of the organization, and speed of change. Best practice is to have a compliance assessment performed at some regular interval to ensure that the organization remains compliant at all time.
Once the analysis of the audit data is performed organizations must immediately remediate to gaps found throughout the audit. Adding to the complexity of achieving compliance is the constant change of compliance requirements. Let our team of experts help you through this complex exercise so you can focus on your business. Not being compliant has enormous legal consequences including large fines and possibly loss of business license and tarnish your reputation.
Healthcare organizations as well as companies that do business with these entities, including but not limited to IT service providers, accounts, consultants, attorneys, documents management companies, agencies, and many others are required by law to have IT risk assessments to satisfy HIPAA compliancy. Not being compliant has enormous legal consequences including large fines and loss of business license.
Let our experts help you with:
HIPAA compliance audits
Security and threat management audits
Compliance is all about risk, for both you, your clients and the organizations that do business with you. PCI is about protecting cardholder data according to the standards developed by the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC). Depending on your merchant level, you may need a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) to audit your information technology systems. Not being compliant has enormous legal consequences including fines and possibly loss of credit card use privileges and tarnishing your reputation. Let our experts help you determine your compliance status and avoid and/or mitigate the associated risks.
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