Meet Requirements for Key Regulations and Standards
Cysiv SOC-as-a-Service, and our own SOC 2 Type II and ISO 27001 certification, help ensure you comply with key regulations and standards, including GLBA, PCI, HIPAA, CCPA, FedRAMP, and HITRUST.
Cysiv SOC-as-a-Service helps enable you to meet the requirements of key regulations and standards by providing important capabilities.
- Managed Detection and Response
- 24/7 Security Monitoring and Alerting
- Threat Hunting Experts
- Expert Investigations and Guided Remediation
- Security Orchestration and Automated Response (SOAR)
- Integrated Threat Intelligence
- Real-time Security Dashboards
- Managed security for endpoints
- Managed security for hybrid cloud
- Managed security for network IPS
- Managed security for advanced breach detection
Beyond these important capabilities, Cysiv SOC-as-a-Service simply ensures you’re following a standardized and consistent set of security best practices for threat detection and response.
SOC 2 Type II and ISO 27001 Certification
Cysiv has achieved both of these certifications and is actively pursuing additional certifications. Here’s why that’s important to you and your customers:
Confidence in Data Protection
With information security top of mind, especially in light of the many data privacy regulations it’s important to ensure providers of SaaS offerings such as SOC-as-a-Service have completed SOC 2 Type II and ISO 27001 certification. With it, you and your customers can be confident the vendor has processes and procedures in place and being actively used to protect your data.
Streamlined Legal and Procurement Processes
SOC 2 Type II attestation and ISO 27001 audit reports enable your customers and prospects to proceed through their legal and procurement processes without the expense and delays associated with conducting their own detailed security audits, which can often exceed 300 controls.
Strong Regulatory Compliance
Together, these certifications create a solid foundation to support other regulatory requirements including Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Council Standards, California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP).