The goal of HIPAA is to keep patients' protected health information (PHI) safe and secure, whether in physical or electronic form. HIPAA compliance is required if your company stores or processes any type of PHI. To comply with HIPAA, your company must establish clear policies and processes for handling protected health information. TCT can assist you in achieving your goals.
TCT is HIPAA certified and understands the criteria required to assist your organization in meeting HIPAA compliance goals.
Created by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), a SOC 2 audit performed by an objective third party assures your clients and prospects that you have security guidelines in place — and that you follow through on them. If you gather or store customer data at any scale, security should be front-of-mind. addressing security in a comprehensive way means putting systems in place to monitor and mitigate risk across your company. By taking a proactive approach to security and establishing controls using the SOC 2 framework, you’ll be developing and implementing policies and procedures that can grow with you as your company grows. TCT has the experience and skills to help your organization complete a SOC 2 audit, so you are prepared for future growth while maintaining a safe secure environment for your current clients.
Created by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), a SOC 2 audit performed by an objective third party assures your clients and prospects that you have security guidelines in place — and that you follow through on them. If you collect or store client data in any capacity, security should be a top priority. Taking a comprehensive approach to security entails putting in place systems to monitor and mitigate risk across your organization. By taking a proactive approach to security and establishing controls utilizing the SOC 2 framework, you will be developing and executing policies and procedures that will scale with your organization as it expands.
TCT offers the experience and abilities to assist your company in completing a SOC 2 audit, ensuring that you are ready for future expansion while also providing a safe and secure environment for your current clients.
In 2002, the United States Congress passed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, which set laws to protect the public from corporations and other corporate entities engaging in fraudulent or erroneous practices. The legislation's purpose is to promote corporate financial reporting transparency and to require each organization to have a formalized system of checks and balances.
Compliance with SOX is not only a legal obligation but also a smart business practice. Implementing SOX financial security controls provides the added benefit of assisting in the protection of the company's data against insider threats and cyberattacks. Many of the same practices can be found in SOX compliance as in any other data security initiative.
TCT is versed with the security protocols and business practices required to assist you in achieving SOX compliance. TCT can help you prepare for a SOX Section 302 & 402 audit with a layered implementation of both technical and operating procedures.
The Department of Defense requires that all contractors, subcontractors, and vendors in the supply chain follow a set of guidelines to ensure that Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) is protected on non-government networks.
Compliance with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) can put a strain on a small business's resources. DoD contractors must offer adequate security and report cyber incidents rapidly to meet the minimum requirements. While that may appear straightforward, the term "adequate security" can refer to a wide range of things. The Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) has fourteen sets of security requirements that affect a numerous aspects of IT information security.
TCT has experience implementing DFARS compliance with an easy checklist and proven solutions that deliver results, and we can help you meet that compliance requirement quickly.