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Make Compliance Work for You
Compliance is often treated as a necessary evil that creates costs, disruption, and complexity. But these pains often result from dealing with compliance in a

compliance work  Compliance Work for You Compliance is often treated as a necessary evil that creates costs, disruption, and complexity. But these pains often result from dealing with compliance in a clumsy way due to a lack of resources and the absence of a compliance strategy. There’s a better way: using standards-based data management solutions that integrate with existing infrastructure and leverage automation to embed compliance at all levels. Find out how. Read More

Regulatory and Compliance
Regulatory compliance covers the requirements for ensuring products and their associated materials comply with both external and internal rules and regulations. It covers regulatory and requirement...
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Ensuring Enterprise-wide Compliance
Complying with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and other labor laws and regulations is a major challenge for employers

compliance work  reporting, and time-capture methodologies. Compliance with minor work rules, for example, requires advanced labor forecasting and employee scheduling capabilities. This is particularly true for large, highly distributed workforces in the services industry. Creating and publishing employee schedules while manually reconciling labor laws with other internal policies and regulations open companies to significant risk. Schedule optimization ensures that minors are scheduled according to minor work rule Read More
Compliance: Is Remote Office Data Your Achilles Heel?
Would spending millions of dollars and countless hours securing your data center be enough for it to pass a compliance audit? While many businesses work hard at

compliance work  it to pass a compliance audit? While many businesses work hard at securing their data centers, they often forget to secure remote office data. With the consequences of non-compliance ranging from financial penalties to job loss and worse, it could mean the end of your business. Don’t let compliance become your Achilles heel. Read More
Compliance: A Work in Progress
There’s no magic bullet for compliance success@even the most experienced organizations use a combination of reliable processes and proven technologies to get

compliance work  no magic bullet for compliance success—even the most experienced organizations use a combination of reliable processes and proven technologies to get the job done. But identifying, designing, and executing the right internal controls to meet compliance standards in a large, global company can be arduous and expensive. The systems you use to support compliance efforts must be implemented well. Find out more. Read More
Winning the PCI Compliance Battle
The payment card industry (PCI) Data Security Standard establishes common processes and precautions for handling credit card data. Although achieving PCI

compliance work  that help make PCI compliance affordable. For us, the major advantage of an online service like QualysGuard PCI is that it's accessible from everywhere in the world. That lets us perform the external network scan as part of our onsite work with a customer. Another advantage is the fact that it is tailored specifically for PCI compliance evaluation, including the reports. That saves us time and saves the customer money. Stephan Engelke, Security Consultant and PCI Auditor Excelsis Business Technology Read More
Reimagine Work
Whether you’re ready for it or not, the future of work is now. The new way of work is multi-generational, multi-geographical, multi-cultural, location-agnostic,

compliance work  Reimagine Work Whether you’re ready for it or not, the future of work is now. The new way of work is multi-generational, multi-geographical, multi-cultural, location-agnostic, and device-independent. Work-team structures have morphed into more matrixed (vs. hierarchical) arrangements. And people have different expectations of how, where, and what they use to get their jobs done. With this new way of work, organizations need to understand that attracting and retaining the best talent at all levels Read More
The Age of Compliance: Preparing for a Riskier and More Regulated World
The three themes of governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) have been central to the management agenda for a decade. But whereas years ago it was the “C” in GRC

compliance work  of governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) have been central to the management agenda for a decade. But whereas years ago it was the “C” in GRC that kept executives awake at night (and indeed was the impetus behind the development of GRC in the first place), in the post-crisis world it is the “R” that has risen to the top of the agenda. Learn about a more efficient approach to managing risk and compliance. Read More
Retailer-centric Planning: Compliance to Collaboration
In a game where the goals don’t change, but the rules do, winners and losers are determined by how well each team sees the big picture. Thus, suppliers who

compliance work  centric Planning: Compliance to Collaboration In a game where the goals don’t change, but the rules do, winners and losers are determined by how well each team sees the big picture. Thus, suppliers who understand and support retailers’ goals have a better likelihood of success. The greater the alignment of processes and communication between suppliers and retailers, the greater the chances of a big win. Read More
Making Data Safe for Compliance and Outsourcing
Corporate leaders know that revenues are made from “better data.” And when your data is at risk, so is the survival of your organization. That’s why it’s

compliance work  Data Safe for Compliance and Outsourcing Corporate leaders know that revenues are made from “better data.” And when your data is at risk, so is the survival of your organization. That’s why it’s essential to protect your revenues with “safer data”—and it’s also why the common business language is now one of risk management. IT departments are now learning this in many of the same ways that business people have always had to—including the hard way. Read More
Continuous File Integrity Monitoring: A New Approach for PCI DSS Compliance
When it comes to US Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance, safe change actions are critical. But what’s the best approach for file

compliance work  Approach for PCI DSS Compliance When it comes to US Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance, safe change actions are critical. But what’s the best approach for file integrity monitoring and change detection? While there are many solutions on the market, continuous file integrity monitoring (CFIM) is winning over the competition worldwide. Find out how CFIM can handle your operational control monitoring requirements. Read More
Paths out of the Compliance Quagmire: Plugging a Multibillion-dollar Hole
Preventable deductions are a major source of frustration and cost for suppliers, while the compliance violations that trigger them are likewise frustrating and

compliance work  out of the Compliance Quagmire: Plugging a Multibillion-dollar Hole Preventable deductions are a major source of frustration and cost for suppliers, while the compliance violations that trigger them are likewise frustrating and costly for retailers. Eliminating the violations—and, thereby, eliminating the deductions—is in the best interests of both parties. Find out how a system that automates information handling processes, as well as compliance enforcement and monitoring, can help. Read More
Implementing Basel II in the Compliance Continuum
Banks can benefit enormously from understanding the various stages of the Basel II compliance program, as identified by i-flex. Banks today are discovering

compliance work  Basel II in the Compliance Continuum Banks can benefit enormously from understanding the various stages of the Basel II compliance program, as identified by i-flex. Banks today are discovering problems as they stumble along the path to compliance. However, if they can benchmark themselves on which stage they fall in along the continuum, and buckle themselves for the challenges that lie ahead, they will have greater success towards Basel II compliance, and enjoy the benefits of maintaining reduced Read More
Providing a Foundation for Regulatory Compliance
Regulations regarding digital information use, storage, and protection are meant to help maintain the integrity and security of public and private networks

compliance work  a Foundation for Regulatory Compliance Regulations regarding digital information use, storage, and protection are meant to help maintain the integrity and security of public and private networks. Compliance measures such as the payment card industry (PCI), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), and others focus on the long-term retention and integrity of all data. Achieving secure, long-term data retention is easier with log management and incident response tools. Read More
Identity-based NAC and PCI Data Security Compliance
As of June 2006, the payment card industry (PCI) has established a detailed set of policy, procedure, infrastructure, and data security requirements for

compliance work  and PCI Data Security Compliance As of June 2006, the payment card industry (PCI) has established a detailed set of policy, procedure, infrastructure, and data security requirements for merchants that store and process credit card data. That’s why it’s vital for key PCI requirements to be met when it comes to encryption, user authentication, virus and malware control, access control, and auditing. Read More
HIPAA Compliance and the eSureIT Online Backup Service
The US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 applies to health care providers, health plans, and clearing houses that

compliance work  Compliance and the eSureIT Online Backup Service The US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 applies to health care providers, health plans, and clearing houses that electronically maintain or transmit health information. Among other things, these entities are required to have data backup plans, disaster recovery plans, and emergency mode operation plans. Fortunately, there is a way to meet these security and contingency requirements. Read More

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