Security Regulations Exist to Help Companies Improve TheirInformation Security Posture Guidelines and Best Practices are always underdevelopment by security regulators and are commonly based on the type of data an industry collects and maintains.
Non-compliance costs more than twice the expense of maintaining compliance. Remember, fines and penalties are the least costly consequence of any security breach.
While compliance with cybersecurity regulations is a requisite goal, ongoing cybersecurity management, both your own and your vendors', cannot be undervalued.
For Cingo’s experts, protecting critical data is less about the compliance certificate and more about a promise to a cybersecurity strategy that covers compliance - for now, and your future.
We see plenty of "compliant" businesses that are not secure, but rarely, if ever, do we encounter a secure company that's non-compliant. In other words, high-level security usually increase compliance, but compliance does not increase security.
Compliance is a dynamic and complex series of requirements or mandates that companies must actively meet which adapts constantly, is unique to each industry and even some sub-industries. The greater collection and distribution of data, the more compliance businesses are obliged to navigate. Why invest in compliance first when enterprise-level security will most likely bring you into compliance and give your company a versatile and adaptable foundation to work from.
Compliance Management is easy with Cingo because it’s the natural result of our enterprise-level cybersecurity from Cingo Protects®
The more prevalent data mining and the sale of personal data become, the greater the requirement for scalable and long term security and compliance infrastructures. Compliance and cyber security are unique specialties which for the most part do not share a common foundation, but certainly share a common purpose. With Cingo Solutions Cingo Protects® Plus, your company can navigate the crux of two ever evolving, demanding, and difficult waters.