Compliance Hosting: Is it right for your business? Your customers’ security should be a top-of-mind concern.
The increased frequency of hack attempts and data breaches have added pressure increase the security of your business environments.
In today’s atmosphere of scrutiny, you must do everything possible to safeguard your own data and to protect your customers’ data. Your customers must feel confidence in you. To get that, you have to earn the trust of your existing customers and prospects.
At IVR, we’ve always worked to understand our clients’ regulatory requirements and have met their needs as they came up. Over the past year we’ve placed an intensified focus on strengthening our infrastructure, policies and procedures to meet various regulatory requirements, and our clients have rewarded us for our efforts by placing (or renewing) their trust in us.
In an effort to maximize your security IVR is…
- HIPAA Compliant
- FISMA compliant
- PCI Level 2 Compliant (Self-Assessed)
We’ve also undergone successful cyber-audit results by the IRS for three consecutive years.
Looking into 2014, we’re going to be working even harder to make compliance hosting one of our key service areas. We are currently in process of obtaining PCI Level 1, working with our QSAs to help us fortify our infrastructure and operations. We will also be making improvements as we adapt to updates in HIPAA and FISMA requirements.
As you evaluate your risk and compliance, give us a call. We’d be glad to partner with you and help you garner and increase your customers’ trust. Let’s get started.
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