Governance Risk Compliance
Ingalls Information Security assists clients in managing the broad issues of corporate governance risk compliance, enterprise risk management, and corporate compliance (GRC). Our approach to GRC aligns information technology and security to business objectives.
Our three step process includes:
- Understanding the infrastructure
- Identifying the business objectives
- Aligning IT capabilities with the business objectives
We understand what the risk is, and we are highly-skilled in developing the security controls necessary to manage the risk compliance at the level determined as acceptable. We demonstrate compliance with the regulatory laws and meet all corporate compliance requirements such as PCI DSS, HIPAA, GLBA, Sarbanes-Oxley and many others.
Regulated industry requires periodic auditing of information technology infrastructure, to ensure that IT assets are properly aligned with business objectives, provide for continuity of data processing in the event of a disaster, and maintain security from unauthorized manipulation or access.
We provide audit services to assist regulated industry clients with HIPAA, SOX, GLBA, and FFIEC guided audits.
In order to defend against cyber security attacks, you must first realize what need to defend, and then, what you must defend against.
A risk data audit or assessment is designed to do just that. We will work closely with you to identify what’s at stake, the magnitude of potential loss, and the probability that loss will occur. Using industry standards and regulations we will guide you through the entire process, identify all your risks and assist you with mitigation. A sound information security program begins with risk assessment.
If you are concerned about a potential breach or if you are currently experiencing a breach and require immediate assistance, contact our 24x7x365 Emergency Hotline:
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We are committed to preventing and responding to data security breaches. We have the most dedicated and qualified analyst in the cyber industry and can identify areas that you should focus on to enhance your level of security and awareness.