The Speros Cyber Compliancy Solution
Our Compliance-as-a-Service (CaaS) solution will help you accomplish and maintain compliance with multiple global regulations, such as HIPAA, GDPR, NIST-CSF or CMMC, and manage due care for your cyber liability insurance. Given the increasingly stringent data protection and privacy regulations now being enforced globally, your business can no longer allow compliance to take a backseat. Achieving compliance requires both fulfilling all your obligations under applicable regulatory standards and being able to provide documented proof in order to pass any regulatory audits.
It’s as easy as one, two, three.
We start with a baseline assessment. Our software templates will quickly assess how close you are to certification readiness for Cybersecurity Compliancy. Our reports will highlight what steps are necessary to become compliant.
We calculate your NIST SP 800-171 Score. An interactive score sheet uses a specific methodology to determine the score you must submit as part of the Interim Rules to the various regulators.
Our Compliance Manager GRC generates the required System Security Plan (SSP) and Plan of Action & Milestones (POA&M), and we systematically upload your supporting documentation to speed up the audit process.
Problems We Solve
- Identify security vulnerabilities through automated assessments of your internal and public environments.
- Demonstrate due diligence or due care efforts mandated under the various industry and global standards with on-demand reporting and activity logs.
- Provide the required documentation and records needed to complete and pass a compliance audit within a single, easy-to-use portal.
- Help you fulfill the ongoing security and risk management tools and strategies needed to maintain a compliance environment as part of normal operations.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act or HIPAA, is a compliance standard that is designed to protect sensitive patient data. Any organization that deals with protected health information (PHI) is obligated to maintain and follow process, network and physical security measures in order to be HIPAA-compliant.
The General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR, is a regulatory standard according to which businesses are obligated to protect the privacy and personal data of European Union (EU) citizens for all transactions that are carried out within the EU member states. The GDPR standard is intended to unify and reinforce data protection for all individuals that reside within the EU and to control the export of personal data outside the EU.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has developed a framework called the Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) to streamline cybersecurity for private sector businesses. NIST CSF is a set of voluntary standards, recommendations and best practices that are designed to help organizations prevent, identify, detect, respond to and recover from cyberattacks.
Cyber Insurance is a type of insurance product that is designed to protect businesses against potential damages associated with cybercrimes such as ransomware and malware attacks. It is a customizable solution for businesses to mitigate specific risks associated with cybersecurity breaches and prevent unauthorized access to their sensitive data and networks.
All active DoD contracts mandate compliance with NIST 800-171 security measures. If your company does business with the US Department of Defense (DOD) or anywhere in the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) supply chain, your current contracts already require your compliance with the existing 110 security controls listed under the NIST 800-171 standards. To continue doing business with the DOD, your company must validate and maintain compliance with existing NIST 800-171 requirements and the new controls implemented for CMMC 2.0.
The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification or CMMC, is a unified standard implemented by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to regulate the cybersecurity measures of contractors working for the U.S. military. The CMMC is the DoD’s response to significant compromises of sensitive defense information located on contractors’ information systems. Contractors working across the defense industrial base (DIB) will now be required to implement and continuously maintain a series of strict cybersecurity guidelines demonstrating adequate cyber hygiene, adaptability against malicious cyberthreats and proper data protection strategies. The driving factor for the unified standard is to protect the integrity of the country’s supply chain across all areas of delivery, i.e. manufacturing, logistics, to retail delivery.