Businesses need answers to critical questions about their compliance with security controls. Companies often lean on their technical leaders, legal team, and/or consultants to get these answers. (Maybe with the use of some spreadsheets too.) Let’s say:
These are some of the reasons our team is excited about the most recent update to the Securicy platform: our policy content now covers more security controls, with features in our Reporting Center to show your compliance with SOC 2, CIS Critical Security Controls, GDPR, and CCPA controls. Even with the security policies, tasks, and sign-offs in a free Securicy account, you can see which security frameworks match up with your policies.
It’s crucial for businesses to have a way to run quick reports and get instant answers.
By filtering and sorting controls, policies, and task status, you can easily check your compliance with key frameworks or regulations, like GDPR and CCPA. You can tailor each report to choose the pages you want, and select specific controls, task status, or policies. Reports also give you options to include a cover page, table of contents, and custom summaries.
Using these tools, you can customize, download, and send reports to customers, prospects, and other stakeholders like board members. Later, you can re-download reports or quickly access them in the Archive inside our Reporting Center.
With Reporting Center, you can quickly see how your security program stacks up against top security frameworks. You can trash those spreadsheets full of security controls, neglected folders of policy documents, and project management apps for security implementation. There’s a better, easier way than ever to build, manage, and report on your security compliance.
More businesses are using CIS Critical Security Controls to build a security program from scratch, following industry best practices for security and privacy. Other businesses and SaaS companies are focused on meeting requirements for SOC 2 audits, to earn trust with enterprise customers and protect their business. Meanwhile doing business in Europe and the state of California means more businesses than ever are concerned about GDPR and CCPA compliance.
With Securicy, you can easily track all or any of these security controls. This puts you, or your Chief Information Security Officer, in the position to stay organized while juggling multiple frameworks or compliance requirements.
It is best practice to review, update, and have employees accept policy changes on an annual basis. For many businesses, that means looking at their security policies and how they can increase protections against cyber threats. With increasing ransomware and supply chain attacks, now is an ideal time to launch an internal project to update your security policies and procedures.
We say “now” is the ideal time, because too many businesses wait until after a cyber attack or data breach.
Many of our customers have successfully used our platform to reach their security, privacy, and compliance goals. With this updated policy content, designed specifically to map to the frameworks you use, it’s an even smoother experience for reporting on framework compliance. You can get the benefits of control mapping, gap analysis, and custom reporting on your security program.
Does your business need to improve your security compliance reporting?