Go Beyond Checking the Box
Compliance is much more than checking off a requirement. It includes monitoring, assessing, and implementing policies, procedures, and controls to manage compliance risks and prevent violations.
Managing compliance demonstrates support in data privacy and security for your organization and your customers. CampusGuard delivers superior services and exceptional customer care that go well beyond the minimum compliance requirements.
Why Choose CampusGuard for Your Compliance Services?
Our team helps you navigate the ever-changing compliance regulations, standards, and frameworks, assess your current controls, and provide guidance to meet evolving requirements.
Benefits of Compliance Services
A compliance management program is essential for organizations to operate responsibly and sustainably, and to mitigate the risks associated with non-compliance. Your organization can depend on CampusGuard to regularly provide you with guidance to manage and validate the multiple compliance requirements applicable to your operations.
Legal and regulatory complianceEnsure that your organization meets legal and regulatory requirements—reducing the risk of penalties, lawsuits, and fines.
Risk managementIdentify and mitigate potential risks, ensuring that your organization operates in a safe and sustainable manner.
Improved operational efficiencyStreamline your operations and processes, reducing the risk of errors and increasing efficiency.
Reputation managementMaintain a positive reputation by demonstrating your commitment to ethical and responsible practices.
Mitigate Your Compliance Risk
Compliance Management is critical to controlling risk and ensuring that your organization operates in a responsible and ethical manner. Failure to comply with regulations or internal policies can potentially result in your organization facing legal or financial penalties, damage to reputation, or loss of business. Let CampusGuard help boost your compliance management program.
Top Compliance Management FAQs
Compliance management is the process of ensuring that a business or organization follows all applicable laws, regulations, and industry standards related to its operations. Effective compliance management involves identifying and understanding relevant laws and regulations, developing and implementing policies and procedures to address compliance risks, training employees on compliance requirements, monitoring and auditing operations to ensure compliance, and taking corrective action when necessary.
Compliance management is critical for organizations of all sizes and industries, as non-compliance can lead to significant legal and financial consequences, damage to reputation, and loss of customer trust.
CampusGuard provides compliance assessments, guidance, and support for the following:
- Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)
- Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)
- Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)
- Health Information Portability and Accessibility Act (HIPAA)
- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) Red Flags
- Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation (DFARS)
- Limited Access Death Master File (LADMF)
- National Association of Standards and Technology (NIST) (multiple frameworks and guidelines)
CampusGuard can assist in your protection of sensitive data in areas such as, but not limited to:
- Cardholder data (CHD) such as primary account numbers, PIN codes, CVV codes, etc.
- Financial data such as loans, financial or investment advice, or insurance
- Personally Identifiable Information (PII) such as social security numbers, home, and email addresses, telephone numbers, etc.
- Protected health information (PII) such as medical histories, insurance information, etc.
“a lack of compliance could mean nothing at all – until a data breach occurs”
Edward Ko, the Director of Information Security Services at CampusGuard sits down with Cybernews to discuss the state of cybersecurity in education, government, and healthcare and what challenges they face.Read More about the “a lack of compliance could mean nothing at all – until a data breach occurs”