Businesses are required to maintain compliance with regulations that are constantly changing or risk being penalized with costly fines or worse. Not only is your reputation on the line, but you could be putting your customers’ or patients’ sensitive data at risk. These headaches can be forgotten with Compliance as a Service (CaaS), which facilitates the management of private information and keeps everything HIPAA compliant and PCI compliant. If you’re handing personal details about someone’s health or credit cards, you can protect that data and reduce stress with CaaS.
Staying compliant isn’t optional—but that doesn’t mean it has to be stressful. Let us help.
Why Get Compliance as a Service?
1. To Give Your Customers the Respect They Deserve: When people trust your business with their health records, credit card numbers and more, they’re giving you something more valuable than money: Their private information. Once these details get out, they can be very hard to conceal again. Preventing data breaches should be your chief priority. Partnering with the right partner for CaaS helps you earn and maintain the trust of your customers by improving your chances of staying compliant no matter what comes your way.
2. To Identify Vulnerabilities with Regular Audits: The security of your network is directly connected to your ability to stay compliant with federal regulations, which is why CaaS includes regular audits that can spot weaknesses before they become major threats to cybersecurity. Let IT professionals periodically scan your networks and make necessary changes to protect sensitive data and help you maintain compliance with government-issued regulations.
3. To Improve the Security of Electronic Data Storage: Without a proper risk assessment and compliance services from an established IT provider, it’s impossible to know just how safe your data is and what you could be doing in terms of protecting it and staying compliant. After all, storing data electronically is a big responsibility, and doing so with an eye on security is the only way to reduce digital risk and maintain compliance. With CaaS, you’ll enjoy the benefits of improved cybersecurity right away.
4. Keep Current with Automatic Updates: Everyone is guilty of ignoring an alert about a recommended update from time to time, but neglecting to perform a critical update at the wrong time could put you at risk when it comes to staying HIPAA compliant and PCI compliant. Automatic updates are one of the best features of CaaS because periodic scans and reboots keep systems protected from hackers and thwart their latest attempts to compromise cybersecurity and leave you exposed.
As you can see, Compliance as a Service is a simple way for you to streamline processes and stay on top of the latest changes without all the stress.
We know the ins-and-outs of this important niche field and are on standby to help you comply with regulations across the board. Fortify your systems and protect customers’ and patients’ information with CaaS, an essential line of defense. Contact us today to get started.
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