CREDANT for Compliance
Address IT Compliance Requirements
In today’s information-driven world, data compliance has become a way of life.
A growing number of government regulations and industry standards now require organizations to prove compliance with rigorous security procedures and policies. Non-compliance can result in severe fines or even criminal penalties.
Critical Data Security: Often Overlooked
Data compliance issues are especially critical for mobile devices. According to Gartner analysts, almost half of corporate information resides on mobiles devices such as laptops, notebooks, smartphones and USB memory sticks. However, these devices reside outside the protected enterprise network and can be easily lost or stolen. A single employee can leave the office with patient files, credit card numbers, financial records and other sensitive information.
Secure Mobile Devices and Meet Compliance with CREDANT
To help organizations achieve and maintain compliance goals, CREDANT Mobile Guardian, CREDANT Protector and CREDANT Compliance Reporter provide flexible solutions for properly securing mobile devices without compromising operational efficiencies or the user experience. With CREDANT, organizations can:
- Protect data without sacrificing operational efficiency or disrupting the user experience
- Deliver proof that a lost or stolen device was encrypted to meet compliance requirements
- Offer a strategic, scalable solution to accommodate growth in the number and variety of mobile devices
- Support handheld, Windows and Mac OS X environments
- Provide a single, consistent, centrally-managed solution to control and protect all mobile endpoints
- Support the complete data protection lifecycle, including detection, encryption, enforcement, management, auditing, and operational support
- Optimize protection with pre-defined compliance policy templates
CREDANT addresses the following regulations and standards:
- Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) for government agencies
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act for healthcare organizations
- Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) for merchants, service providers and other organizations involved in credit card transactions
- Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) for publicly held companies