Information security is based in trust. From top executives to IT staff to customer loyalty, trust is the foundation of a successful business and an effective network security program. Redhawk Network Security wants to hear from companies in search of proactive day-to-day network security measures and long-term network stability. A well-defined, well-trained, well-suited security program helps keep trusted relationships intact.
Information is everything. Protecting the integrity and availability of your confidential information is critical to everything you do. At Redhawk, we facilitate and support well-defined, well-understood, and well-suited information security programs for dynamic enterprise. Working with your IT and management staff, we can help discover, design, and deploy a mutually shared vision of security that is consistent and continuously improving.
Security is dynamic and constantly changing. You may not have the expertise on staff to meet all of your security needs, and keeping up with security measures can take a toll. As a trusted security services provider, Redhawk can help define a clear direction and develop a program that works best for you. For clients with a well developed security program, we are an adaptable resource for information security and network infrastructure services.
Experience at Redhawk is more than security expertise. It is eyes on, and hands in multiple technology environments, company support of continuing education, and multiple security and IT certifications. Industry standards change with technology, market demands, and shifting perceptions of risk. Our security professionals seek to go beyond these evolving standards because security is all we do. We seriously love this stuff. Let us prove it to you.
THREE MILEPOST MARKERS ON THE ROAD TO PCI COMPLIANCE
March 12, 2018
Compliance is a journey, not a destination—an ongoing, multistep process. It is not boxes to check off—check it and forget it—but milepost markers along the way to ensure that compliance is consistent, such as ensuring that device inventories and configuration standards are kept up to date. Another term that is used for this check-box approach is “compliance cramming.” This is when organizations “cram” for their annual assessment in a short period of time. Be aware, however, that auditors and regulators are becoming increasingly savvy about this approach and can identify the key markers when presented with evidence.
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