Cloud Security Compliance

Meeting & Exceeding Regulations

Are your organization’s cloud services properly secured and complying with industry regulations? Poor security procedures can cost your business money and may affect your insurance policies. Velocity Solutions cloud security compliance audit can ensure that all regulations and data privacy laws are met for any sensitive information stored within the system.

Diligent Data Protection

A cloud compliance audit is not something to be taken lightly. In order to pass the audit, companies must adhere to various laws when handling customer information. Complex rules must be followed every step of the way to prevent any violations. It is essential to document and maintain a consistent process in all aspects of the cloud compliance audit in order to ensure that you pass with flying colors. Companies that make an effort to be diligent and thorough will find their audits pass quickly with only minor difficulties. Investing the resources into a comprehensive review of your processes can go a long way towards passing your cloud compliance audit quickly and efficiently.

Why Audit?

  • Helps detect vulnerabilities that may otherwise stay unidentified
  • Identifies new hazards posed by potential attackers and invaders
  • Identifies vulnerabilities in systems and online applications in real-time
  • Helps evaluate the efficacy of web application firewalls
  • Helps evaluate the organization’s cyber defense capacity
  • Helps identify and display real-time threats and vulnerabilities
  • Helps locate potential vulnerabilities inside the system infrastructure network or inside an application

Certified Secure

Cloud security compliance audits are essential for modern businesses, as they provide a much-needed layer of protection and validation. Through the process of conducting an audit, businesses are able to discover any potential security flaws in their devices, APIs, and other systems. This is incredibly important for ensuring that backup techniques for critical systems have appropriate security controls in place. By utilizing cloud security compliance audits, businesses can ensure that their most valuable assets remain secure and inviolable.

Our Cloud Security Compliance Process

Cloud Security Compliance Stakeholder Meeting

1. Analyze

Our team will review your IT stack and meet with your staff to gain a full understanding of your operations and how they relate to the cloud. We’ll do an in-depth dive into your provider and begin documenting any potential issues to further explore.

2. Test

Once we know how things work at your organization, we’ll begin running comprehensive security tests to determine the flaws within your systems. Detailed notes and solutions will be noted and prepared for your final report.

Cloud Security Compliance Testing
Cloud Security Compliance Report

3. Advise & Secure

After the tests have been run, we’ll provide your business with a full report of any shortcomings that need reviewed or best practices that should be implemented. Our suggestions will be tailored towards specific regulations including CSA STAR, ISO/IEC 27017:2015, ISO/IEC 27018:2019, CIS Foundations Benchmarks, MTCS SS 584, and more.

Cloud Security Compliance FAQ

Cloud security compliance ensures that cloud services adhere to established industry-wide standards and regulations regarding data protection and privacy. This involves verifying that all data stored in the cloud is secure, encrypted, and accessible only to authorized users.

Compliance with security standards helps ensure your sensitive data remains safe and secure while stored or processed in the cloud. Adherence to industry requirements also reduces the risk of financial penalties and damage to your company’s reputation should something go wrong.

The best way to ensure compliance is to partner with a reputable provider with proven experience meeting industry regulations. Also, you should conduct regular audit checks to identify any potential gaps in your security protocols and provide training to help employees understand their role in maintaining a secure environment.

Commonly used standards include Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS).

Regularly monitoring access logs, using two-factor authentication, employing encryption techniques, and staying up-to-date on emerging threats are good ways to further protect your data when stored in the cloud.

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