Cybersecurity compliance is complex with a multitude of standards, regulations and tools to understand which can make it overwhelming to manage and consistently maintain. It can be challenging to adopt a system that not only complies with the highest levels of current cybersecurity but can adapt as future requirements are mandated.
The benefits of a strong compliance posture compounds over time: maintaining a high level of cybersecurity minimizes the potential of breaches and protects your customers, company and corporate reputation. Additionally, high standards make the organization ready for upcoming compliance demands required by clients and government agencies. Conversely, the consequences of one breach could compromise the viability of the company itself.
The benefits of a strong compliance posture compounds over time
Unfortunately most cloud providers are applying yesterday’s private sector security and compliance standards, such as HIPAA and PCI, to today’s global cybersecurity environment where sophisticated state-sponsored attacks and cybercriminal campaigns are commonplace. With such high stakes, your cybersecurity plan must be focused not only on modern threats, but also on the future. Standards are changing at a rapid pace to match the ever-evolving techniques employed by adversaries to compromise or steal valuable data. You need a cloud provider that not only keeps pace with these changing standards but exceeds them.
Enterprises need to adopt a higher level of cloud security which complies with the standards utilized by the most protected defense organizations
Enterprises need to adopt a higher level of cloud security which complies with the standards utilized by the most protected defense organizations. This standard is known as FedRAMP FISMA High.
CyLogic’ flagship offering, CyCloud, far exceeds the security requirements for all commercially-regulated industries (PCI, HIPAA and more) and delivers a higher level of security than any public cloud provider.
Here are three reasons to choose CyCloud:
Cybersecurity: An Essential for Law Firms
Lawyers create and depend on a bond of trust with clients. Preserving and protecting clients’ sensitive personal information is an essential pillar for maintaining this trust. When a cyber-attack leads to a serious breach, the promise of confidentiality is at significant risk. The firm could be confronted with the loss of clientele, their professional reputation and significant liability.
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Government: Cyber Threat Actors’ Biggest Target
Compromised public-sector information could damage both national security and citizens’ trust. The public sector is responsible for critical systems and infrastructure at the national, state and local level that keeps the country functioning. Without the governments’ ability to provide vital services local and national economies would be severely impacted. According to a Verizon report, the public sector faces more security incidents and data breaches than any other sector. A robust cybersecurity program must be implemented to protect critical operations and infrastructure, including water systems, emergency communication networks, transportation grids, and law enforcement and first responders, from being disrupted or jeopardized.
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The EASE of Use of a Public Cloud, the Data Control of a Private Cloud
Public cloud environments are the king of ease-of-use—they are immediately available and have seemingly endless options. Enterprises move to the public cloud primarily for the flexibility in scaling workloads.
A higher level of security than any public cloud provider
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