CybrHawk Compliance & Frameworks

Our Compliance & Frameworks services are designed to assist businesses in adhering to industry-specific regulations and international standards. We provide comprehensive assessments to evaluate their current security measures against relevant frameworks, such as GDPR, HIPAA, NIST, CMMC and more. 

CybrHawk regulatory process for cybersecurity into perspective

 In today’s dynamic cybersecurity landscape, it is essential for organizations to adopt established and proven frameworks to ensure effective compliance. With a multitude of frameworks available, selecting the most suitable one becomes a prudent choice. As regulations evolve and expand their scope, previously unaffected business sectors are now drawn into the compliance ambit. Consequently, the cybersecurity landscape undergoes continuous changes and evolution. By strategically choosing and implementing the right frameworks, businesses can adapt to these shifts, enhance their security posture, and stay resilient against emerging threats.
Cyber Security Framework

Regulatory Compliance Framework

The Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity Framework, also known as the Cybersecurity Framework, is a collaborative set of guidelines designed to assist organizations in effectively managing and mitigating cybersecurity risks.

Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)

The Data Security Standard of the Payment Card Industry (PCI DSS) is a compliance system providing mandatory standards for entities handling credit card data. Its objective is to protect the identities and information of the holders of the payment card (credit or debit card) and is made up of multiple requirements this corresponds to the extent to which credit or debit card information interacts with an organization. So banks, financial institutions, business enterprises and service providers tend to have to fulfill more conditions of compliance than other organizations.

Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)

The 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act created a system for mandatory public company controls. It was passed in the aftermath of Enron, WorldCom, and Tyco accounting scandals that destroyed the confidence of investors.

International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a comprehensive and international set of standards that aim to improve and report on quality management and security across a range of industries. Within the larger ISO framework, there are different sub-frameworks, with conditions that apply to specific market sectors and disciplines.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The recently adopted General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a compliance framework setting out strict conditions, guidelines and penalties for organizations and individuals collecting, storing and processing personal information from citizens and residents of the European Union (EU). The GDPR is one of the most important mechanisms that have ever been designed to protect citizens ‘ data privacy. It has a global obligation, as its terms extend to any company or entity in any part of the world dealing with EU customers or users ‘ personal data.

Regulatory Compliance Core Functions

Regulatory compliance regimes usually set out highly specific and often strict criteria to be met by organizations and under existing legislation.
Such standards can be various and nuanced – so structures designed to help satisfy compliance requirements are a welcome addition to most companies. Similar structures are often at the core of identity management, data handling, and privacy issues. 
Regulatory Compliance Framework

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