Compliance

In today’s complex world of advanced technologies, along with regulatory compliance, risks, threats, and vulnerabilities, being prepared can be quite challenging. GlobalNSA security assessments can provide an effective and efficient tool to assist in detecting, responding, and countering these types of perplexing issues.

Consolidated Assessment

GlobalNSA’s Consolidated Assessment will provide a path to compliance for any and all applicable standards and regulations required within a single assessment project. GlobalNSA’s compliance and governance assessments will ensure that an organization meets government and industry security mandates. Additionally, GlobalNSA can help you make certain that an organization’s internal processes have the appropriate level of countermeasures that defend against security breaches while being compliant with an organization’s own security standards.

GlobalNSA can help you with assessments for PHI, PII, PCI, PFI and more.

  • Gap Analysis

    GlobalNSA will provide a tactical gap analysis that will provide a specific, effective road map to compliance.

  • Remediation

    GlobalNSA will work with you to create remediation plans, develop security policies & controls and implement those policies & controls.

  • Security Advisor

    GlobalNSA’s Security Advisors will provide hands-on, remote and face-to-face expertise.

  • Cyber Security Testing

    GlobalNSA will provide the expertise to test, analyze and identify any vulnerabilities, exploits and/or malware. If necessary, GlobalNSA will conduct reverse engineering.

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Financial Sector

NCUA

The National Credit Union Administration is an independent federal agency which regulates federal credit unions. NCUA has issued guidelines which include safeguards intended to: insure the security and confidentiality of member records and information; protect against any anticipated threats or hazards to the security or integrity of such records; and protect against unauthorized access to or use of such records or information that could result in substantial harm or inconvenience to any member.

FFIEC

The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) prescribes uniform principles, standards, and report forms for the federal examination of financial institutions. The FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment assesses the complexity of an institution’s operating environment, including the types of communication connections and payments initiated, as well as how the institution manages its information technology products and services.

GlobalNSA has the experience and expertise to assess your readiness for your financial audits and help you reach compliance.

  • Gap Analysis

    GlobalNSA will provide a tactical gap analysis that will provide a specific, effective road map to compliance.

  • Remediation

    GlobalNSA will work with you to create remediation plans, develop security policies & controls and implement those policies & controls.

  • Security Advisor

    GlobalNSA’s Security Advisors will provide hands-on, remote and face-to-face expertise.

  • Cyber Security Testing

    GlobalNSA will provide the expertise to test, analyze and identify any vulnerabilities, exploits and/or malware. If necessary, GlobalNSA will conduct reverse engineering.

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Healthcare Compliance

HIPAA Compliance

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) requires regulations protecting the privacy and security of patient information and outlines how health professionals manage this data.

HIPAA Security Rule

The HIPAA Security Rule deals with how health professionals manage electronic Protected Health Information (PHI). The HIPAA Security Rule requires implementation of three types of safeguards: administrative, physical, and technical. In addition, it imposes other organizational requirements and a need to document processes.

Meaningful Use

Meaningful use sets specific objectives that medical professionals and hospitals must achieve to qualify for Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Incentive Programs. The HITECH Act provides that, beginning in 2015, eligible providers not exhibiting meaningful use of certified EHR technology will receive less than 100 percent of their Medicare fee schedule for their professional services.

GlobalNSA’s expertise can help you navigate the complexities of healthcare compliance.

  • Gap Analysis

    GlobalNSA will provide a tactical gap analysis that will provide a specific, effective road map to compliance.

  • Remediation

    GlobalNSA will work with you to create remediation plans, develop security policies & controls and implement those policies & controls.

  • Security Advisor

    GlobalNSA’s Security Advisors will provide hands-on, remote and face-to-face expertise.

  • Cyber Security Testing

    GlobalNSA will provide the expertise to test, analyze and identify any vulnerabilities, exploits and/or malware. If necessary, GlobalNSA will conduct reverse engineering.

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PCI Security Standards

PCI DSS

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is an industry standard intended to ensure the security of credit, debit and cash card transactions and to protect cardholder data against misuse of their personal information. This standard includes requirements for service providers, and data storage entities for secure payment applications and the protection of cardholder data.

PCI PA-DSS

The Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS) is designed for software companies to develop secure payment applications.

PCI P2PE

Point-to-point encryption (P2PE) is an encryption standard established by the PCI Security Standards Council. The P2PE standard defines the requirements that a “solution” must meet in order to be accepted as a PCI validated P2PE solution. It is designed to maximize the security of payment card transactions in an increasingly complex regulatory environment.

GlobalNSA has the expertise to thoroughly analyze, remediate, and assess adherence to the PCI standards in a cost effective manner.

  • Gap Analysis

    GlobalNSA will provide a tactical gap analysis that will provide a specific, effective road map to compliance.

  • Remediation

    GlobalNSA will work with you to create remediation plans, develop security policies & controls and implement those policies & controls.

  • Security Advisor

    GlobalNSA’s Security Advisors will provide hands-on, remote and face-to-face expertise.

  • Cyber Security Testing

    GlobalNSA will provide the expertise to test, analyze and identify any vulnerabilities, exploits and/or malware. If necessary, GlobalNSA will conduct reverse engineering.

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Government Compliance

FISMA

The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) establishes the importance of information security principles and practices within the Federal Government. GlobalNSA has expertise to help you manage compliance requirements with federal regulations.

Information Security Systems

With deep knowledge of FISMA, GlobalNSA will design your information security systems that meets the standards established by NIST and FIPS to protect sensitive and classified information. In addition, GlobalNSA will help document protocols for your organization specific to data usage in your infrastructure.

  • Gap Analysis

    GlobalNSA will provide a tactical gap analysis that will provide a specific, effective road map to compliance.

  • Remediation

    GlobalNSA will work with you to create remediation plans, develop security policies & controls and implement those policies & controls.

  • Security Advisor

    GlobalNSA’s Security Advisors will provide hands-on, remote and face-to-face expertise.

  • Cyber Security Testing

    GlobalNSA will provide the expertise to test, analyze and identify any vulnerabilities, exploits and/or malware. If necessary, GlobalNSA will conduct reverse engineering.

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FedRAMP

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) is a government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.

GlobalNSA has proven experience to help you attain and maintain FedRAMP compliance.

  • Gap Analysis

    GlobalNSA will provide a tactical gap analysis that will provide a specific, effective road map to compliance.

  • Remediation

    GlobalNSA will work with you to create remediation plans, develop security policies & controls and implement those policies & controls.

  • Security Advisor

    GlobalNSA’s Security Advisors will provide hands-on, remote and face-to-face expertise.

  • Cyber Security Testing

    GlobalNSA will provide the expertise to test, analyze and identify any vulnerabilities, exploits and/or malware. If necessary, GlobalNSA will conduct reverse engineering.

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RMF (Risk Management Framework)

Risk Management Framework (RMF) describes the Department of Defense (DoD) process for identifying, implementing, assessing, and managing cyber security capabilities and services for the operation of Information Systems and Technology. RMF brings a risk-based approach to the implementation of cyber security, supports cyber security integration early and throughout the system life cycle, and stresses continuous monitoring.

GlobalNSA’s expertise can help you with your RMF process.

  • Gap Analysis

    GlobalNSA will provide a tactical gap analysis that will provide a specific, effective road map to compliance.

  • Remediation

    GlobalNSA will work with you to create remediation plans, develop security policies & controls and implement those policies & controls.

  • Security Advisor

    GlobalNSA’s Security Advisors will provide hands-on, remote and face-to-face expertise.

  • Cyber Security Testing

    GlobalNSA will provide the expertise to test, analyze and identify any vulnerabilities, exploits and/or malware. If necessary, GlobalNSA will conduct reverse engineering.

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Standards

NIST

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is an agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce charged with developing information security standards and guidelines, including minimum requirements for federal information systems. NIST publishes information security standards, guidelines, recommendations and research on computer/cyber/information security and privacy.

FIPS

Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) are standards issued by NIST in response to the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA). FIPS 199 is the standard for Security Categorization of Federal Information and Information Systems of the United States Federal Government. It establishes security categorization of the information systems used by the Federal Government. FIPS 200 is the second of the mandatory security standards and emphasizes security during the development, implementation, and operation of secure information systems. FIPS 199 and FIPS 200 are the mandatory security standards required by FISMA.

CIS SANS20

The Center for Internet Security Critical Security Controls for Effective Cyber Defense (CIS Controls) are a recommended set of actions for cyber defense that provide specific and actionable ways to thwart the most pervasive attacks. The CIS Controls a list of 20 high-priority, effective defensive actions that provide a starting point for every enterprise seeking to improve their cyber defense.

OWASP

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a not-for-profit organization focused on improving the security of software. OWASP provides impartial and practical information on best practices in the software application space. The OWASP Top Ten is a list of the 10 most dangerous current application security flaws.

SANS25

Published by the SANS Institute, the 2011 SANS Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors is a list of the most widespread and critical errors that can lead to serious vulnerabilities in software. The list is the result of collaboration between the SANS Institute, MITRE, and many top software security experts in the US and Europe.

GlobalNSA will conduct a complete review of all security tools, controls and processes currently in place and evaluate their effectiveness in the context of any or all of these standards.

  • Gap Analysis

    GlobalNSA will provide a tactical gap analysis that will provide a specific, effective road map to compliance.

  • Remediation

    GlobalNSA will work with you to create remediation plans, develop security policies & controls and implement those policies & controls.

  • Security Advisor

    GlobalNSA’s Security Advisors will provide hands-on, remote and face-to-face expertise.

  • Cyber Security Testing

    GlobalNSA will provide the expertise to test, analyze and identify any vulnerabilities, exploits and/or malware. If necessary, GlobalNSA will conduct reverse engineering.

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