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Regulatory Compliance


Achieving cybersecurity regulatory compliance requires a comprehensive approach that involves a combination of policies, processes, and technologies. Here are some steps that a company can take to achieve cybersecurity regulatory compliance:

1. Identify and understand the applicable regulations: Companies should identify and understand the applicable cybersecurity regulations and compliance frameworks that they need to comply with. Some of the common regulations include GDPR, HIPAA, PCI DSS, and NIST. Utilize your Thrivaca Risk Profile to properly portray your risks in terms of each relevant regulatory framework

2. Conduct a Thrivaca risk assessment: Companies must conduct a risk assessment to identify the risks and vulnerabilities associated with their information systems, data, and processes. This will allow you se the Thrivaca Solutions Navigator to prioritize cybersecurity efforts and focus on the areas that are most vulnerable

3. Develop and implement cybersecurity policies and procedures: Companies should develop and implement comprehensive cybersecurity policies and procedures that address the identified risks and vulnerabilities. The policies should cover areas such as access control, data protection, incident response, and employee training


4. Deploy cybersecurity technologies: Companies should deploy appropriate cybersecurity technologies such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and antivirus software to protect their information systems and data from cyber threats

5. Monitor and test cybersecurity controls: Companies should regularly monitor and test their cybersecurity controls to ensure that they are working effectively and in compliance with the applicable regulations

6. Establish an incident response plan: Companies should establish an incident response plan to enable them to respond quickly and effectively to cybersecurity incidents. The plan should include procedures for reporting incidents, containing the damage, and restoring normal operations

7. Train employees: Companies should provide regular cybersecurity training to their employees to ensure that they are aware of the risks and understand their responsibilities for protecting company information and systems





By following these steps and documenting them using your Risk Profile to document the above efforts as they relate to overall cyber risk, the organization can achieve cybersecurity regulatory compliance and protect your information systems and data from cyber threats. It is important to note that achieving compliance is an ongoing process that requires continuous monitoring, risk evaluation and improvement to stay ahead of the evolving cybersecurity landscape.