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Why CaaS Matters
REGULAR COMPREHENSIVE RISK ASSESSMENTS
Compliance is a continuous part of business operations. Our CaaS solution includes ongoing monitoring and audits of your physical, technical and administrative risks to pinpoint areas that need attention.
DOCUMENTED EVIDENCE OF COMPLIANCE
Verifiable proof is a requirement and often the biggest challenge. We ensure you have all the documentation and audit logs required to validate due diligence efforts.
AVOID CLAIM DENIALS AND REDUCE PREMIUMS
Insurance companies reward businesses that demonstrate proactive and preventative security controls. Maintaining due care security requirements can also help you avoid costly denied claims.
CUSTOMIZED REMEDIATION PLANS
We understand that no two business are alike, even within the same industry. That is why we provide comprehensive remediation plans that are customized to address the specific needs or risks of your business.
REDUCED SECURITY RISKS
Gearing up for compliance is a win-win situation. Compliance regulations require increased data privacy and security measures, ultimately fortifying your business in the process.
Preparation and planning are key to passing the certification. We walk you through every step of the process to make sure your business is on track to meet certification requirements and is fully prepared for an audit.
Stay Up to Date with Security CAAS New Laws!
Is your business ready for the new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) requirements established by the Department of Defense (DoD)? The requirements will not be fully in place for all contractors and suppliers until 2026, however your preparations should start now if you want to avoid losing out on lucrative government contracts.
SCORE YOUR READINESS
To start, you must be ready to conduct a self-assessment measuring your organization’s cybersecurity posture for existing NIST 800-171 framework controls mandated with the DFARS interim Rule.
Cybersecurity is a journey, not a single task. Start implementing the enhanced CMMC cybersecurity practices, which will go beyond the 110 existing security controls under NIST 800-171, expanding to include continuous threat monitoring and data protection.
Detailed records are essential to effectively manage your compliance program requirements. Having a structured process for the collection of required records and policies will enable you to present evidence of compliance for audits or as part of attaining CMMC certification levels.
HOW A ‘COMPLIANCE FIRST’ MINDSET LIMITS LIABILITIES
Are you trying to deploy the most affordable technology solution? Chances are it won’t be compliant.
Using solutions that do not meet security, encryption and reporting measures outlined by regulations that you are trying to meet (HIPAA, PCI-DSS & GDPR) will make your business non-compliant and violate compliance insurance requirements.
Alarmingly, 40% of users worldwide don’t have proper software licenses to meet compliance requirements for their industry according to The Software Alliance.
of healthcare organizations have reported a breach in the last two years.
of all security-related incidents are due to 3rd party vendors.
of all cyberattacks target small- to medium-sized practices.
The Cost of Non-Compliance
If the insurance company invalidates your liability insurance claim because of something as simple as using a single non-compliant technology solution, the fines would pass to your business—instead of insurance covering them.
The penalties vary depending on negligence. It can be anywhere between $100 to $50,000 for individual violations, with a maximum fine of $1.5 million per calendar year of non-compliance.2
Penalties can range from $5,000 to $100,000 per month by payment providers (VISA, Discover and others). The fine depends on the volume of clients and transactions, according to Security Boulevard.
Fines can be anywhere from 2% to 4% or more of company turnover based on the severity of the violation, according to SDPR Associates.