Why Doesn’t Anyone Agree? NIST, ISO, ISACA, and HiTrust disagree on what maps to what.
Compliance frameworks sometimes look good on the surface, with each one trying to convince you that they’re the real deal. But just because one looks good, it doesn’t mean that it is an accurate representation.
There are many people out there telling you that they use a compliance framework, but that’s not necessarily true. These might even say “framework” in the title but were written as standalone documents. Consider, is your framework static or dynamic? Are they taking a “best guess” or have a scientific approach and show proof of their mapping skills? To be a framework, it should supply a structure, a methodology, and the evidence you need to prove compliance. Does yours?
Don’t be fooled by appearances!
Join Sriram Uppalapati, Securelink Manager of Strategic Risk, and Dorian Cougias, Unified Compliance co-founder and Compliance Scientist, on September 16, 2020 at 6:00 am PT, 9:00 am ET, for this educational webinar that will demystify compliance frameworks!
- Why you need a Compliance Framework
- What a Compliance Framework should do for you
- How to figure out what is a Compliance Framework, and what isn’t
To register for this webinar, click here. It could change how you look at compliance frameworks forever.