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Today organizations are shifting from a pure compliance approach to a broader risk-mitigation and data-protection strategy. Strategic decisions are now driven by how they stack up against your organization's risk tolerance. Trustwave helps you make the best decisions about capital, resource and regulatory costs, while balancing security and compliance requirements. We address this changing paradigm to keep your organization up to speed.
Your business might need to fulfill a variety of compliance requirements (such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)) while at the same time might need a mobile security policy for a growing mobile workforce. A risk assessment is the foundation to guide you towards the best business decisions that balance both security and compliance.
Trustwave knows the ins and outs of risk. And we want you to understand risk, too. Our Global Compliance and Risk Services team serves as trusted advisors who operate alongside your internal team. Our Global Compliance and Risk Services staff is made up of Qualified Security Assessors (QSAs) and our consultants hold various other industry certifications including CISSP, CISM, and CISA certifications, among others. The team averages more than eight years of experience in IT security, information security as well as extensive compliance, audit and consulting expertise.
The Global Compliance and Risk Services team (GCRS) is backed by our SpiderLabs team to keep you ahead of the latest threats and is also sponsored by a Senior Compliance Support Analyst to ensure your project runs smoothly. We will customize your engagement, assess what is unique about your business challenges and scale with your business needs.
A Trustwave risk assessment engagement gives your organization a roadmap for a risk-based approach to decision-making. This helps establish security standards and informs purchasing decisions, but more importantly - it helps your organization set the framework for following numerous compliance and industry best practices.
We combine elements of best practices from National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) special publications, the Operationally Critical Threat, Asset and Vulnerability Evaluation (OCTAVE) security framework, International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 27000 series family of standards, as well as our own proprietary methods. Engagements are scaled as needed for business needs, or for an entire enterprise, and can be specific to an infrastructure, application, device or data type.
Your insider's guide into the methods, motivations and means used by attackers to infiltrate and ransack your databases, networks and applications.
The Trustwave PCI Plus Risk Assessment enables your organization to execute a security strategy that focuses on continuous compliance.
The Trustwave Information Security Risk Assessment is designed to help you take a holistic approach to your security and compliance process so that you can make the best decisions about capital, resource and regulatory costs, while continuously protecting your organization.
Learn more about PCI DSS 3.2 and how you can best prepare your organization. The webinar covers the scope of the new PCI DSS 3.2, what the updates mean to you, and what's on the horizon.
Assessing the effectiveness of your organization’s security framework is an annual requirement for most compliance regimes and a best practice of many leading organizations. It’s critical that your security framework supports the level of risk that you have determined to be appropriate for your organization and its key assets.
When you maintain compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), you are employing a model framework and best practices for the security of your card holder data environment that includes annual risk assessments. This white paper outlines a number of considerations to keep in mind for integrating that model with the security framework and assessment process for your broader organizational assets.