Cybersecurity Compliance Assessments

Cybersecurity compliance assessments enable you to gain detailed insights into your security program effectiveness through a comprehensive analysis of your organization, benchmarked against a specific regulation or contractual requirement.

Federal law, industry regulations and compliance standards can be a complex maze to navigate. Maintaining compliance is impacted by an ever-changing threat landscape and constantly evolving rules and regulations.

Compliance is critical to any effective security program. While achieving compliance is an accomplishment, the “single point in time” nature of compliance means that maintenance requires consistent attention, making it difficult to sustain a consistent compliance posture.

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Assessment Overview

All cybersecurity compliance assessments begin with a benchmarking standard. This may be a specific framework, such as ISO27001, or a contractual requirement from one of your clients. If not benchmark is specifically selected, SubRosa will use our own proprietary, multi-domain assessment framework that covers NIST CSF, ISO27001 and HIPAA. Throughout the interview-based cybersecurity compliance assessment, our team will collect policies, procedures and evidence to support their line of questioning and provide you with a detailed assessment report, roadmap and findings workbook.

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What Cybersecurity Compliance Assessments Include

Executive Summary

A board-reportable executive summary, enabling you to effectively demonstrate and communicate your compliance strengths and areas of opportunity to non-technical members of your organization.

Gap Analysis Report

The comprehensive compliance assessment report. Detailing all areas of compliance, as well as areas of noncompliance. Detailed summaries of all tests performed and control frameworks used will be provided as well as recommendations to support the remediation plan.

Remediation Plan

Provides detailed recommendations and actions to be taken in order to achieve (and maintain) compliance. Includes suggested timelines and priority-based remediation.

Achieve Compliance in all of These Areas, and More…

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Why Conduct Cybersecurity Compliance Assessments

Prioritize Risk Based on Compliance Needs. Understand your enterprise risk, driven by maintaining compliance.

Identify Compliance Gaps. Our quantifiable approach enables you to identify and track your compliance gaps.

Reputation Protection. Maintaining compliance with your industry regulations helps protect your reputation.

Avoid Penalties. Avoid the penalties associated with noncompliance by maintaining a robust compliance program.

Avoid Litigation. Maintaining a robust compliance program can defend against this litigious action.

Foster a Security Culture. A top-down, compliance-driven security program will help foster an organizational security culture.

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