Compliance is an important part of your IT network services. After all, state and local governments and governing bodies within your industry put IT security compliance requirements in place to protect your business, clients, or patients.
When you keep up with current compliance regulations, you reduce the chances of data breaches and other security risks. You can also prove your business is diligent and trustworthy and that you prioritize information security. But most importantly, you can avoid the fines and other costs (average cost being around $4.24 million) associated with data breaches.
Here are some different types of IT compliance CTMS focuses on.
HIPAA IT Compliance
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) oversees HIPAA, which keeps your patients’ protected health information (PHI) confidential. CTMS works to improve and maintain your HIPAA IT security compliance so your PHI security practices meet HIPAA Privacy Rule requirements. We work to guard your patients’ protected health information as your system scales up and down and when you transfer it onto mobile devices.
If your healthcare facility needs to guard your patients’ PHI as you deal with vendors and other third parties, we do that for you. No matter your network’s needs, we uphold the HIPAA privacy and security standards. As a result, you can continue focusing on what’s really important—your patients’ health.
Whether you work at the local, state, or federal level, all government agencies and offices have compliance requirements that you must meet. You may only have so much control over your IT, but our virtual CIO (vCIO), cloud maintenance, and cybersecurity services can improve your network’s security. We work with you to identify vulnerabilities in your network, and in turn, boost your IT security compliance for information stored in cloud environments.
Our services also improve your IT security compliance for file sharing and data accessed across multiple devices. Additionally, we provide data backup and disaster recovery solutions so your government agency or office is prepared for any situation. CTMS has worked with government offices and agencies since 2008 and has the knowledge to keep your compliance up to date.
Cybersecurity compliance is something that affects all industries, including automotive businesses. Specifically, auto dealerships are now subject to the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA). The GLBA is a federal cybersecurity regulatory compliance law that requires businesses to detail how they protect private consumer data. Noncompliance could result in hefty fines or civil lawsuits.
With CTMS by your side, your business can avoid the fines and headaches associated with noncompliance. We offer comprehensive cybersecurity services designed to protect data from all types of cyberthreats. After applying our security measures, our consultants can work with you to develop a quick and easy compliance remediation strategy.
Our team helps you meet the requirements of compliance mandates.
Network Security IT Services
Our comprehensive network IT security compliance services offer complete access control so you can prevent unauthorized access to your network’s sensitive data. As our first step, we protect your network’s infrastructure against cyberthreats and malicious software with a secure router and firewall. CTMS also monitors your network and send you breach notifications if an incident occurs.
Then, we go beyond the security basics of firewalls, routers, and monitoring to fully protect your network. CTMS takes an onsite approach to understanding your infrastructure’s operations and security needs. When we monitor your mobile devices and your IT hardware, we analyze where breaches occur to determine how and why they happen.
We find the gaps in your security measures, which helps us develop ways to fill those gaps. With the prevalence of phishing and other attacks, having a fortified defense free of vulnerabilities has never been more important. Our security services protect all your IT infrastructure’s data, including your wireless network.
Why Should You Prioritize IT Security Compliance?
Prioritizing network compliance is necessary because these regulations not only exist to protect your customers, but also to help you maintain your company’s reputation and data. The more compliant you are with relevant regulations, the more likely your customers and third-party vendors are to trust you. If you want to be seen as an industry leader, you should make IT compliance a priority in your IT infrastructure planning.
Let CTMS Handle Your IT Security Compliance
If you’re ready to become fully compliant with your industry’s regulations, connect with us today. From government and healthcare to legal firms and auto dealerships, we have experience meeting requirements in many industries. We use our network security solutions to close all your network’s security gaps and can supplement this work with our fully managed service IT solutions. Reach out today to begin strengthening your network security and meeting compliance regulations.