With multiple security frameworks that have different purposes and guidance, how do organizations know what is the best fit for their needs?
The best place to begin is to understand what each security framework is designed for, and then determine if that applies to your organization’s structure and operations.
And, with a structured GRC solution like ComplyAssistant, you’ll have a single, organized source of truth for all documentation related to any and all security frameworks and compliance regulations you choose. Our software is purposely designed to be flexible enough to handle any federal, state and local compliance regulation.
ComplyAssistant’s software is built to handle any federal, state and local compliance regulation. Any of these cybersecurity frameworks can be managed directly in our platform:
Manage HIPAA policies, procedures and evidence of operational compliance.
Build and implement a framework using NIST guidelines and structure.
Answer HITRUST assessment questions, manage tasks, track standards documentation and manage maturity levels.
Access rich content, track progress and attestations, and analyze results.
Manage security standards around credit card and payment accounts.
Prepare and organize hospital and ancillary facility accreditation materials.
COVID-19 readiness checklists now available heavily discounted for all healthcare providers in ComplyAssistant’s GRC software.
Standardized cybersecurity software and services for financial institutions
Manage your organization’s ISO 27001 compliance with ComplyAssistant’s GRC software and consulting.
Protect your organization against the top five threats identified by Health Industry Cybersecurity Practices (HICP) by implementing ten recommended security practices.
Meet U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) specifications for cybersecurity compliance.
Tell us a bit about your needs and one of our experts will reach out to schedule a meeting:
Want more info? Check out our Guide to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, and our blog on how healthcare organizations can use both HIPAA and the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.