Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certificate (CMMC)
Compliance to the Department of Defense(DOD) CMMC and related cyber security directives for Government Organizations, Government Contractors, Corporations and Residential-Work Spaces.
CMMC package includes:
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Our repeatable process combines FERPA requirements with the NIST Cybersecurity Framework to offer a robust cybersecurity assessment of your institution. Use USA Cybersecurity to identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities in your systems and networks.
FERPA package includes:
Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC)
The FFIEC provides a framework that helps you identify risks, providing a repeatable and measurable process for institutions to measure cybersecurity preparedness over time. The assessment results allow you to prioritize risks, develop an action plan to mitigate the highest and most probable risks. With cyber threats rapidly evolving, a continuous process of risk assessment, identification and mitigation is critical.
FFIEC package includes:
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA)
HIPAA mandates that organizations conduct an assessment of potential risks and vulnerabilities to systems that maintain electronic protected health information (ePHI) data and that they implement security measures sufficient to reduce risks and vulnerabilities to that data. The security rule in HIPAA focuses on administrative, technical, and physical safeguards specifically as they relate to ePHI.
HIPPA package includes:
North American Electric Reliability Corporation - Critical Infrastructure Program (NERC-CIP)
Utilities, Power Generation, SCADA
NERC administers a Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) program, encompassed in CIP standards 001 to 014. These standards address the security of cyber assets that are critical to the operation of the North American electricity grid. CIP compliance is mandatory.
NERC-CIP package includes:
Payment Card Industry (PCI)
Restaurants, Retail, Banking/Payments
Our vulnerability assessment reports let you see whether your network is compliant with PCI Security Standards Council requirements at a glance. We also provide PCI services, including internal and external network vulnerability scans, penetration testing, and attestation reports.
PCI package includes:
Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX)
U.S. Public Companies and Subsidiaries
SOX scanning policy and SOX report template support financial organizations’ internal risk-management strategies by facilitating provisions in Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, which require an annual management report on internal controls effectiveness for financial reporting and that external auditors confirm management’s assessment. Our reports provide customers with excellent records for documenting SOX compliance and provide a historical perspective of a network’s security picture.
SOX package includes:
Enterprise Regulatory Compliance
According to KPMG, 80% of companies that fall under regulatory guidelines lack a Standards Application Process that can be applied across the organization. This lack of standardization increases the level of risk associated with projects, increases the cost and complexity of audits, and slows the time to market of software and hardware. USA Cybersecurity's AI document compliance engine solves this issue by uniformly applying regulatory standards to any applicable document.
How Enterprise Regulatory Compliance works
USA Cybersecurity's AI document compliance engine, with its library of regulatory standards, is able to ingest any unstructured text i.e. Business Document, System Security Plan, Standard Operating Procedure, or Audit Plan and return an analysis report in minutes (vs. up to months). Each report highlights areas of concern where the source document varies from the regulatory standard and produces a risk profile score, grading the document against the standard and a hard copy of the Analysis. Our service empowers organizations with specific role-based risk mitigation strategies & assessment steps that a focus on strengthen security posture and ensuring compliance with all appropriate cybersecurity frameworks.
Which Organizations should use AI Compliance Engines
USA Cybersecurity's AI document compliance engine makes it simple for organizations of any size to improve security compliance and set company-wide compliance standards with its simple-to-use, no-code user interface. Our services help your organization meet federally the mandated compliance needs of the Food & Agriculture, Energy, Health Care, Emergency Services, Chemical, Financial services, Transportation, Water & Waste Systems, Communication, Commercial Facilities, Dams, Critical Manufacturing, Defense, and Information Technology sectors.
Risk and Control Analysis Automation
Organizations can and should make informed IT Security compliance decisions every time, all the time. ESR provides organizations with the ability to automate their risk and security control analysis. Through our AI powered Cyber risk engine organizations can immediately understand the security risk and controls needed to secure that risk for any IT decision. ESR provides organizations with the ability to automate their compliance and security control analysis. USA Cybersecurity helps organizations immediately understand their compliance posture and the steps needed to mitigate gaps. Strengthen your security posture with standardized automated compliance analysis, reporting, and risk mitigation.
All companies that handle protected health information (PHI) must enact physical, network, and process security measures to ensure HIPAA Compliance. Implementing a data protection strategy ensures the security and control of ePHI. Failure to abide by HIPAA regulations will induce financial penalties. To support compliance USA Cybersecurity provides actionable steps for all disciplines involved in the health IT lifecycle from inception to system retirement; consequently helping build in compliance and security instead of bolting it on after the fact.
Compliance and Knowledge Base
USA Cybersecurity brings a deep continuously learning semantic understanding of required HIPAA controls.
Security Knowledge Base
USA Cybersecurity's out of the box knowledge base allows organizations to have a both a big picture and granular view of HIPAA integrated compliance and risk:
The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) encompasses multiple maturity levels that range from “Basic Cybersecurity Hygiene” to “Advanced”. CMMC combines various cybersecurity control standards such as NIST SP 800-171, NIST SP 800-53, ISO 27001, ISO 27032, AIA NAS9933 and others into one unified standard for cybersecurity. In addition to cybersecurity control standards, the CMMC will also measure the maturity of a company’s institutionalization of cybersecurity practices and processes.
Embedded in our platform is a deep continuously learning semantic model that understands the security controls within the 17 domains that makeup CMMC compliance. USA Cybersecurity can provide automated and immediate quantifying of CMMC, providing answers to:
CMMC Security Knowledge Base
Our out of the box knowledge base allows organizations to have a both a big picture and granular view of CMMC integrated compliance & risk by identifying:
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) is a government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. It is mandatory for Federal Agency cloud deployments and service models at all impact levels.
Compliance and Knowledge Base
FedRAMP requirements include additional controls above the standard NIST baseline controls in NIST SP 800-53 Revision 4. These additional controls address the unique elements of cloud computing to ensure all federal data is secure in cloud environments. Embedded in our platform is a semantic continuously learning model that understands the security controls required for the Low, Mod, and HighFedRamp baseline.
USA Cybersecurity can provide immediate answers for FedRamp Compliance by asking:
The Cybersecurity Framework is voluntary guidance, based on existing standards, guidelines, and practices for organizations to better manage and reduce cybersecurity risk. In addition to helping organizations manage and reduce risks, it was designed to foster risk and cybersecurity management communications amongst both internal and external organizational stakeholders. Embedded in our platform is a continuously learning deep semantic model that understands the security controls families that make up the 5 core functions of the Cybersecurity Framework.
CSF Security Knowledge Base
USA Cybersecurity can immediately quantify CSF, providing answers to:
Automated Compliance: Plan, Assess & Mitigate at Machine Speed
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