Our Cybersecurity and Compliance Assessment Services
Meeting your complex compliance requirements with a single, tailored solution — that’s the 360 Advanced approach
Making Better Businesses Through Cybersecurity and Compliance
Maintaining and demonstrating compliance with multiple regulatory requirements is a critical necessity in today’s competitive marketplace. Whether you’re implementing a privacy and security program for the first time, or need a third-party evaluation of existing controls, our team is here to help.
Our auditors work with you to identify your most important considerations — such as limiting the demand for your internal resources, reducing your total cost of compliance, and supporting your organization’s unique processes — to develop a solution that enhances your long-term strategy.
Most importantly, we provide a broad range of cybersecurity and compliance assessments. By integrating multiple initiatives into a single, streamlined engagement, we make it easy for you to meet a variety of compliance goals.
SOC reporting allows you to evaluate your internal controls and communicate your efforts to interested stakeholders. 360 Advanced offers the complete suite of AICPA System and Organizational Controls (SOC) examinations, including SOC 1® , SOC 2®, SOC 3®, SOC for Cybersecurity and SOC for Supply Chain.
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PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) compliance is required for organizations that process a certain number of credit card transactions each year. 360 Advanced can help you demonstrate your ability to protect credit card information through a PCI readiness assessment and Report on Compliance (ROC).
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A crucial part of any cybersecurity and compliance program, penetration testing can help you identify and address potential vulnerabilities in your system before they can be exploited. Our team of experienced white-hat hackers can simulate a real-world attack on your network and/or applications to detect issues and prioritize a list of remediation actions.
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HITRUST® provides a consolidated risk management framework. As a Certified HITRUST CSF assessor, we can walk you through a readiness assessment (if you are new to HITRUST), a validated assessment (if you are ready to move forward with validation), or an interim assessment (if you are already HITRUST-certified and are seeking to maintain your status).
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Covered entities and their business associates are required to take appropriate steps to safeguard protected health information (PHI). Our auditors can evaluate your privacy and security controls to ensure that you are appropriately collecting, transmitting, or storing confidential health data.
Learn more about HIPAA and HITECH security compliance assessments.
The National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) provides several widely used frameworks for privacy, security, and cybersecurity. We provide NIST risk assessments and formal compliance assessments, designed for both federal and non-federal information systems.
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The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a consolidated standard for Department of Defense (DOD) contractors that collect, process, or store controlled unclassified information (CUI). The framework combines several cybersecurity standards and best practices, with controls mapped across several maturity levels.
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Organizations that process the personal information of EU data subjects must meet specific data protection standards. We can evaluate your privacy and security controls to provide assurance about your compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements.
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Similar to the underlying concept of GDPR, any organization that does business with California residents must comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Our team can evaluate your data protection measures to provide assurance about your compliance with CCPA requirements.
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Microsoft vendors must meet specific cybersecurity and compliance obligations through Microsoft’s Supplier Security and Privacy Assurance (SSPA) program. Our firm can help you meet these obligations through a formal SSPA assessment and Letter of Attestation.
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Cloud service providers can demonstrate their commitment to security by participating in the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Security, Trust, Assurance, and Risk (STAR) program. Our auditors can guide you through the Level 2 CSA STAR Attestation process.
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The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) protects government information from authorized access, use, and disclosure. Whether you are preparing for a first-time FISMA compliance audit or an annual security review, 360 Advanced can help you demonstrate compliance with the federal government’s privacy and security standards.
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No matter which frameworks you use; which certifications you hold; or which reports you provide to your clients, it’s crucial to continually evaluate your cybersecurity posture. Based on our deep understanding of industry-specific risks and emerging threats, we can help you assess your risk appetite and create a plan to mitigate exposure to privacy and security breaches.
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Financial institutions that are “significantly engaged” in financial activity must comply with the Graham-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA). A GLBA compliance assessment can help you demonstrate the appropriate handling of non-public personal information.
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The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) provides standard IT guidelines for financial institutions. A FFIEC compliance assessment can help you demonstrate the quality and effectiveness of your information security program.
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The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, FedRAMP, promotes the adoption of secure cloud services across the U.S. government, providing a standardized approach to security assessments for cloud service offerings. FedRAMP creates a partnership between the federal government and industry.
Learn more about FedRAMP compliance assessments.