Ensure data and regulatory compliance

Avoid putting your brand, consumer confidence and business continuity at risk.

Overview

As the digital world continues to grow, traditional security perimeters are shifting.

Critical and personal data has become more widely distributed and is more at risk to cyber threats.  

You need to make sure every process, application, and area of your infrastructure revolves around the protection of privacy. This means reviewing your security controls and processes, and using a structured roadmap with a combination of detective, preventative, proactive and reactive security measures. 

We can offer you complete end-to-end protection, or short-term engagements to support you at any point along your compliance journey. Our managed security services can also help you address any specific security gaps. 

This means you’ll be better equipped to comply with new regulations like the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (or GDPR). And it’s just as well, as any compliance breach of the GDPR will not only cost your business a fine of up to four per cent of your global annual turnover, it could also mean putting your brand, consumer confidence and business continuity on the line.

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Our governance, risk and compliance consulting services help you:

  • reduce the number of security risks you face and the costs arising from these risks
  • increase the trust your customers, partners and shareholders have in you
  • remain compliant with the ever-increasing volume of regulations.

We can do an in-depth review to show your current ability to protect your business and defend against cyber threats.

We can also help you protect your organisation by:

  • sharing our knowledge and expertise
  • creating a security strategy and roadmap tailored for you
  • putting in place the right controls and audits
  • providing awareness training and ethical hacking services.

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GDPR makes ‘data protection by design and by default’ a legal obligation. To comply with this, you have to embed data protection at every level of your business and bake them into all of your processes. It means you have to take privacy into account throughout the whole lifecycle of each of your business activities to minimise privacy risks and avoid the infringement of data protection rules.

We can help you achieve this, by putting in place a combination of detective and preventative, proactive and reactive security controls. Together, we can make sure every process, IT application, and area of your infrastructure revolves around the protection of privacy.

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Diamond IP is our IP address management (IPAM) solution which streamlines management of your entire IPv4 and IPv6 address lifecycle across your premises, branch remote, private and public cloud domains. We offer software, hardware and virtual appliance (private and public) products, as well as managed IPAM services.

We facilitate multi-cloud IPAM with virtual appliances for AWS, Azure, Oracle VM, VMware, Hyper-V and others. And our cloud automation appliance dynamically automates the assignment and tracking of private and public cloud instance IP addresses and DNS names. Our DNS security products supplement your defense in depth security strategy at the DNS layer.

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Further insights

Want to dive even deeper? We've curated a selection of expert analysis and opinion, together with relevant case studies, whitepapers, articles and blogs.
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