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IT Compliance.

The last thing any business needs is a security breach. When user data is stolen or made public, it defeats the whole purpose of security. That’s why we only offer one standard of security—the best.

Nothing But NET ensures full IT security compliance and provides methods to protect your business through our cybersecurity framework. Our data risk management services meet third-party requirements and federal regulations to keep your data safe and customer information in your hands.

Whether your business is retail, healthcare, tech or another industry, we help you mitigate the cost of a potential cybersecurity breach while working to protect your company against the cost of non-compliance.

Data Compliance

Data compliance refers to the adherence of organizations to relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards regarding the collection, storage, processing, and sharing of data. It ensures that businesses handle data in a responsible and legal manner, protecting the privacy and rights of individuals whose data they collect.

There are various data compliance frameworks and regulations that organizations need to consider, depending on their jurisdiction and the nature of their operations. Here are a few key data compliance regulations:

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR):
Implemented in the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA), the GDPR sets strict rules for data protection and privacy, emphasizing consent, transparency, and individual rights.

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA):
CCPA grants consumers specific rights regarding their personal information and imposes obligations on businesses that collect and process such data.

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA):
HIPAA mandates protecting and securing patients’ health information, including electronic medical records.

Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS): PCI DSS outlines security requirements for businesses that handle credit card transactions to prevent fraud and protect cardholders’ data.

ISO 27001:
An internationally recognized standard for information security management systems (ISMS) provides a framework for organizations to establish, implement, maintain, and continuously improve their information security practices.

To achieve data compliance, organizations typically need to implement various measures, including:

Data protection policies and procedures:
Developing clear guidelines and protocols for data handling, storage, access, and disposal.

Security measures:
Implementing technical and organizational safeguards to protect data from unauthorized access, loss, or theft. This may involve encryption, access controls, firewalls, and regular security assessments.

Consent and transparency:
Obtaining informed consent from individuals when collecting their personal data and providing clear information about how the data will be used.

Data subject rights:
Establishing processes to address individuals’ rights, such as the right to access, rectify, delete, or restrict the processing of their data.

Data breach response plan:
Develop a plan to detect, respond to, and mitigate data breaches, including notifying affected individuals and relevant authorities, where required.

Employee training and awareness:
Educating employees about data protection policies, security practices, and their roles and responsibilities in maintaining data compliance.

Regular audits and assessments:
Conduct internal and external audits to evaluate data protection practices, identify vulnerabilities, and ensure ongoing compliance.

It is essential for organizations to stay updated with the evolving data compliance landscape and adapt their processes and practices accordingly to meet the requirements of relevant regulations.

We Ensure Industry Compliance 24x7

An IT compliance breach could leave your business at risk for hacking attacks, legal action, material loss, monetary fines and, in worst cases, business livelihood.
Regulation compliance stabilizes security systems and promotes identity control as well as control over data sharing and incident response. Our IT compliance services include:

●      CMMC: Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)
●      HIPAA / HITECH: Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health
●      FINRA: Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
●      GDPR: General Data Protection Regulation

Our IT security compliance strategies work hand in glove with your business to ensure that your online presence remains secure and certified—all day, every day.

Find out how our reliable IT consultants can give your business an edge in your market. Reach out to Nothing But NET today!

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Presenting different approaches to risk and investment to your board or leadership team? Explore the function of each approach with us as you build your IT strategy. Nothing But NET helps Arizona-based and national brands stay compliant, protected, and aware of cybersecurity risks.

IT Compliance Best Practices & FAQs

Do I need CMMC certification?

CMMC, or Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, is required if you are doing or you plan to do business with the Department of Defense (DoD). This applies to all DoD contractors as well as all subcontractors.

Who ensures the security of my software in the cloud?

Software security in the cloud is the responsibility of the cloud service provider. Still, cloud consumers must always ensure the security of the endpoints that are used to access cloud services. Nothing But NET delivers security across your entire infrastructure to protect your data and keep your business moving.

Is my company required to have a third party conduct my validation, or can a company do this internally?

It is considered best practice to use a third party to conduct validation.

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