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Cybersecurity frameworks consist of regulations, standards, guidelines, and best practices to manage cybersecurity-related risk. Some cybersecurity frameworks are voluntary and others in certain industries are mandatory and audited, and carry financial and other penalties for non-compliance. The goal of these frameworks is to reduce the company’s exposure to cyberattacks, and to identify the areas most at risk for data breaches and other compromising activity perpetrated by cyber criminals.


Although SOC 2 certification is not required by any industry regulations, the AICPA strongly recommends that all data-handling service providers comply with SOC 2. Completing a SOC 2 certification on its own is typically not enough to demonstrate that your organization is secure; however, it provides a strong start to building a mature security program and establishing trust in your customer relationships.

ISO 27001

ISO 27001 is a general-purpose security framework for creating, implementing, and/or maintaining a strong ISMS (Information Security Management System). With 114 optional controls, ISO 27001 can adapt to the security needs of companies of all fields and sizes. ISO 27001 is ideal for any organization looking to develop a structured and well-organized security program with the purpose of protecting organizational information and systems.


The Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) is a voluntary cybersecurity framework consisting of standards, guidelines, and best practices to manage cybersecurity-related risk published by the Nation Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Since the Framework is voluntary, there are no laws or regulations mandating compliance. However, implementing the Framework helps an organization to better understand, manage, and reduce its cybersecurity risks, as well as assist in determining which activities are most important to assure critical operations and service delivery.


PCI DSS standards form a comprehensive cybersecurity framework and outline best practices your organization should implement to protect sensitive cardholder data from being stolen and misused by attackers. If your organization accepts, stores, processes, or transmits credit card information, you are subject to compliance.


Today's threat landscape is increasingly complex and treacherous. New vulnerabilities and Zero-Day exploits are commonplace. Sophisticated attacks, such as supply chain, ransomware, and fileless malware, regularly occur. Organizations need a team of experts to help rapidly identify and limit the impacts of threats. However, it's increasingly expensive and difficult to find talent to staff a Security Operations Center (SOC), putting it out of reach for most organizations. This is where Sourcepoint comes in.


The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) grants California residents new rights regarding their personal information and imposes various data protection duties on certain entities conducting business in California. The CCPA affects any business that collects or stores data about California residents and will likely set a precedent for nationwide privacy protection in the United States.

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