A compliance program uses internal policies and procedures put into place in order to comply with laws, rules, and regulations or to uphold the business’s reputation. A compliance team examines the rules set forth by government bodies, creates a compliance program, implements it throughout the company, and enforces it.
TriCore works specifically in I.T. healthcare and finance compliance including HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission), PCI (Payment Card Industry), and SOX (Sarbanes-Oxley Act).
We will create guidelines and best practices that ensure a company’s employees are following all relevant laws and regulations.
Compliance programs are created to help organizations protect themselves from lawsuits cyber threats, lawsuits, or defamation.
We believe in clear policies and a healthy path of communication between clients and our team to oversee the program.
HIPAA I.T. compliance concerns all systems that are used to transmit, receive, store, or alter electronic protected health information. Any system or software that ‘touches’ ePHI must incorporate appropriate security protections to ensure its confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
As markets grow more global, so too are the threats through cyber intrusion, denial of service attacks, manipulation, misuse by insiders and other cyber misconduct. The SEC is committed to working with federal and local partners, market participants, and others to monitor developments and respond to cyber threats.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of requirements intended to ensure that all companies that process, store, or transmit credit card information maintain a secure environment.
SOX compliance refers to the audit in which a public company is obligated to provide proof of accurate, data-secured financial reporting. SOX governs the financial operations and disclosures of corporate entities and any of their contracted financial service providers. The regulations pertain to numerous departments including I.T.
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What happened? As some of you may have heard in the news, there was a major breach of software company Kaseya (that TriCore does NOT use)