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82% of businesses underestimate their risk and don’t believe they are a target.

Do you have a sense of security or real cybersecurity?

Implementing a range of cybersecurity measures, including firewalls, endpoint protection, encryption, access controls, and regular security monitoring is a complex and daunting task. 

Cynthetic Systems can help you meet your compliance challenges. 

Cybersecurity compliance refers to the measures that businesses and organizations take to ensure that their information technology (IT) systems and networks are secure and protected from cyber threats such as hacking, data breaches, and other forms of cyber-attacks.

To achieve cybersecurity compliance, businesses must adhere to specific regulations and standards, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

To meet these compliance requirements, businesses must implement a range of cybersecurity measures, including firewalls, anti-malware software, encryption, access controls, and regular security monitoring.

In addition to implementing technical measures, businesses must also establish internal policies and procedures related to data handling, incident response, and employee training to ensure that their employees are aware of the importance of cybersecurity and are equipped to follow the best practices for maintaining a secure IT environment.

We can help:

  • Be your service provider to oversee your information security program.

  • Develop a written risk assessment.

  • Limit and monitor those who can access sensitive customer information.

  • Encrypt all sensitive information.

  • Train security personnel.

  • Develop an incident response plan.

  • Periodically assess the security practices of service providers.

  • Implement multifactor authentication or another method with equivalent protection for any individual accessing customer information.

Financial institutions are: automotive dealers, mortgage lenders, payday lenders, finance companies, mortgage brokers, account servicers, check cashers, wire transferors, collection agencies, credit counselors and other financial advisors, tax preparation firms, non-federally insured credit unions, and investment advisors that aren’t required to register with the SEC.