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Desktop Security Risk Assessment
Today's businesses, merchants and service providers have to comply to the same regulations like HIPAA, GLBA or PCI as the larger fortune 100 companies. TheBTO believes that any size business should have access to the same technologies larger companies use to protect their confidential data like credit card numbers, patient information or social security numbers (SSN).
According to the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council’s (FFIEC) IT Examination Handbook, "The frequency of testing should be determined by the institution’s risk assessment. High-risk systems should be subject to an independent diagnostic test at least once year."
TheBTO’s Desktop Risk Assessment (DSRA) of your organization’s computer systems will help your organization comply with FFIEC security testing guidelines and industry best practices. As described in FFIEC guidelines, internal security assessments fall into the two following categories:
- Audits: Auditing compares current practices against a set of standards.
- Assessments: An assessment is a study to locate security vulnerabilities and identify corrective actions.
TheBTO team of data loss prevention experts will work with your organization to understand your unique data security requirements and priorities while sharing insight into your industries best practices. By auditing a sample of your network desktops and laptops, we will provide your organization with our Desktop Security Risk Assessment (DSRA) Report. TheBTO’s Desktop Security Risk Assessment (DSRA) will show:
- Current user behavior
- Potential data loss
- Application access and usage
- Information communication
Contact TheBTO to schedule a Desktop Security Risk Assessment (DSRA) today.