The Problem: Companies are faced with ever confusing and complex regulatory requirements, security certifications and other standards that are simply not reasonable when applied to small or medium sized companies. Furthermore, large highly regulated companies or government institutions are insisting that these companies play by their rules despite the fact that it is not a proportional approach. Accordingly, small and medium sized companies are forced to either comply to their detriment or do nothing. Neither is an acceptable approach.
The Solution: The JURINNOV Cybersecurity Assessment is a proportional and reasonable assessment that evaluates a company’s security and privacy against a set of globally recognized standards and best practices. Recommendations and requirements from standards are mapped into a single set of objectives, avoiding the cost, complexity, and redundancy of multiple independent assessments. The cybersecurity assessment report, provided at the conclusion of the project, includes a prioritized action plan that identifies opportunities to improve data privacy.
The JURINNOV Cybersecurity Assessment matches the objectives of COBIT 5.0, ISO/IEC 27001, NIST SP800-53 Revision 4, and AICPA Trust Service Criteria 2014 used in the SOC2 and SOC3, as well as regulatory objectives from HIPAA/HITECH Omnibus Rule and PCI DSS 3.0. The results can be used to validate adherence to relevant standards.
The cybersecurity assessment provides a road map for improving data privacy. To request a quote or to learn more, please click here or call 1-877-840-4357.