What can you do help your company avoid the many problems resulting from non-compliance with IT security regulations? Compliance is a crucial element of every successful IT organization. Commercial, Federal and State penalties for non-compliance continue to be less-forgiving. Add the monetary liability to the damage done to your brand, and the possibility of law suits; it is clear why you need to take action today.
CorreLog Security Compliance Overview
The CorreLog system is designed to support a major role in monitoring for security compliance. Our system directly supports multiple standards that have been formulated for the protection of you and your customers. Click on the above link for an overview of specific features that allow you to navigate diverse federal and industry standards, guidelines, and regulations.
Federal and Large Enterprise Solutions - FAQs
Our functionality includes the ability to interoperate with virtually any previously installed similar products or other solutions executing on Windows or UNIX-based systems, including Apache Servers, McAfee ePO, as well as any other application or device (e.g., printers, scanners, or appliances) that produces log data. Correlog provides the immediate flexibility to complement technologies that may have been previously deployed in either Government or large enterprise environments, including any existing log management, performance, or security system.
CorreLog For PCI DSS Compliance
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) governs all companies and organizations that accept or process credit cards. You need to support this critical and worldwide standard if you are involved in any sales transaction, either directly or peripherally, which touches your customer's credit card information. Click the above link for more information.
PCI DSS Compliance Checklist
This link provides a PDF summary of the PCI DSS compliance standard (as above), and additionally provides a checklist that explains how CorreLog meets each requirement. This document is also relevant to other security compliance standards, such as HIPAA, FISMA, GLBA, and NCUA.
CorreLog For NERC Compliance
The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) is a non-governmental regulatory body that mandates specific regulations regarding cyber security for bulk power system users, owners, and operators. As of June 2010, companies can be substantially fined for non-compliance. Bulk power providers have a strong tradition of hardware safety and reliability -- CorreLog offers these industries immediate value.
CorreLog For FISMA Compliance
The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) provides standards and guidelines that govern the processing of information for any USA Federal system. This standard is required if you are working with Federal records, and is also recommended for private industry as a foundation for all information security policies. Click the above link for more information.
CorreLog For HIPAA Compliance
The USA Federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) contains elaborate and essential security policies that are required for any organization that touches the private health record information of USA citizens and residence. This standard is required of all hospitals, doctors, health care workers, and health insurance companies. Click the above link for more information.
CorreLog For SOX Compliance
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) is Federal law for all publicly held USA corporations, and establishes extensive civil and criminal penalties for non-compliance. This law contains multiple provisions for tracking users, data access, and providing data security for audit and forensic purposes. Click the above link for more information.
SOX Compliance Checklist
This link provides a PDF summary of the SOX compliance standard (as above), and additionally provides a checklist that explains how CorreLog meets each requirement. This document is also relevant to other security compliance standards, such as HIPAA, FISMA, GLBA, and NCUA.
CorreLog For GLBA Compliance
GLBA, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, establishes strict compliance standards for protecting customer data and customer privacy at financial institutions. This US Federal law mandates that financial institutions place IT controls upon computer systems and applications that contain customer data. If you are a bank, brokerage, insurance company, or other financial institution, and you have no verifiable IT controls over your customer data, you are NOT compliant with GLBA.
CorreLog For King III Compliance
The King Committee Code of Governance Principles (King III), effective March 1st, 2010, applies to all South African companies and entities. Among its provisions, King III requires entities to maintain audit logs and practice good security procedures. Failure to comply may render a company legally liable.
Protect your organization beyond the rules of compliance. Bolster your entire network security protocol. Contact CorreLog security professionals for personal consultation.