5 Things Every Organization Needs to Know About Security & Compliance Standards to be Successful in 2021-2022 

With October being Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and the end of the year approaching, now is a great time to revisit your organization’s data security and compliance requirements. 

We realize that as a small business, this can be challenging. Most likely, you would rather spend your time focusing on your core business functions than assessing how to protect your information from a breach, or figuring out which compliance standards you need to follow.

Here in Maryland, many of our clients have lots of standards to manage, from CMMC in the Defense Contracting space, to HIPAA for professionals dealing with electronic patient health information, to GDPR and CCPA if you are holding on to Personally Identifiable Information (PII). 

Even if you aren’t directly concerned about compliance, if you control sensitive data of any kind, it’s a good idea to establish security standards and procedures.

In this webinar, we’ll review how security and compliance standards look now, and how your business can continue to adapt to protect your interests, as well as your customers.

In this webinar, you'll learn...

  • Potential threats to your security and compliance, regardless of industry
  • The major compliance standards and how to determine if you need to abide by any of them
  • Common technical security tools to support many standards
  • Non-technical controls your management team needs to support security and compliance
  • Dealing with security and compliance standards that are always evolving so you can stay on top of inevitable changes
  • Q&A and more!

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Meet Your Speaker



Ben Schmerler
Director of Strategic Operations



Ben works with organizations to develop a consistent strategy for  cyber security, policy & compliance management, system design, integration planning and other technology concerns. He has been a guest speaker, panelist and presenter at several industry events, and has made several news appearances educating viewers about cyber-security best practices.

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