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Compliance that is automated, real-time, and converges the functions of compliance, risk, and security is a crucial strategy in today’s sophisticated threat landscape.
To help with critical cybersecurity investments and to better protect an expanding attack surface, government entities can now tap into several sources of funding to transition from costly and time-consuming legacy compliance practices to an automated, modern cybersecurity risk management program with Qmulos.
At Qmulos, we are committed to offering an out of the box, prescriptive audit policy that holistically defines what one should audit and log on their network to support compliance efforts.
The SOX legislation was passed in an effort to protect shareholders in public companies whose accounting data accuracy and transparency, whether intentional or not, may be subject to manipulation.
A six-part blog series on a data-driven approach to the Risk Management Framework (RMF) defined in “NIST Special Publication 800-37 Risk Management Framework for Information Systems and Organizations.”
Qmulos Apple Compliance enables enterprises to be confident that their macOS devices are properly hardened against security guidelines specified in the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s macOS Security Compliance Project (NIST SP 800-219).
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) was put in place to protect cardholder data. As merchants for payment card transactions, banks need to use standard security procedures and technologies to protect cardholder data.
(NERC CIP) is a set of standards to govern entities deemed critical to the bulk power system (BPS); reliability coordinators, balancing and interchange authorities, transmission and generation providers, owners, operators, and users of any portion of said system.
ODNI established ICS 500-27 in 2011 specifically to implement security standards around the “Collection and Sharing of Audit Data for Intelligence Community (IC) Information Resources by IC Elements.”
HIPAA went into effect as part of the Social Security Act of 1996 in order to protect health care coverage for individuals who have lost or changed their jobs, and to ensure the security of electronic transfers of electronic protected health information (ePHI).
The original intent of the CDM Program was to help federal agencies improve their security posture, providing technical capabilities to minimize cybersecurity risk. In practice, the focus has shifted toward simply collecting and reporting security-related data from the agencies to DHS.
Qmulos Customer Success Management (CSM) Team is your collaborative partner in helping you achieve your security and compliance goals. We support your team from kick-off, to deployment, through adoption.
Qmulos is an Independent Software Vendor (ISV), a leading cybersecurity and IT compliance company that delivers premier professional services along with innovative products to help enterprises improve their security and compliance posture.
Thank you for working with Qmulos to help us address security issues with our products in a timely manner. Qmulos supports responsible disclosure of security vulnerabilities.
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