Beyond PCI Compliance: Building a Comprehensive Information Security Program
Smart organizations understand that a strong information security policy can give them a competitive advantage for addressing PCI compliance requirements. By going beyond the minimum requirements and focusing on a broader security program, they can not only respond to and mitigate potential data security breaches and cyber security attacks, but also serve customers more efficiently and improve their bottom line.
This maps well to Regents & Parks philosophy, too. We advocate a “security approach to compliance” instead of a “compliance approach to security,” because it’s critical to have a strategy that’s scalable, sustainable, and is backed by a culture that values information security throughout the organization. This can help reduce the risk of breach and damage to your brand reputation, and help you manage your costs and resources.
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