Blog January 27, 2016

Keeping Ahead of the Compliance Curve

Connectria Hosting is a longtime leader in the hosting and managed services industry. Our leadership is deeply dependent on our continued ability to deliver differentiated services like PCIHIPAA, SOC1, SOC2, and FISMA – all based on the security foundations of NIST and ISO 27001. As we continue to deliver on our value proposition to the industry, it is necessary to stay ahead of the ever changing compliance needs of today’s world by consistently improving our hosting solutions.

Why do companies need to comply with HIPAA and PCI?
The goal of compliance is to ensure that a company provides the maximum security when handling customer data. A large amount of trust is included when a customer shares personal data with a company. The financial and other consequences of breaching that trust can be astronomical. The benefits associated with maintaining compliance are vital to the long-term success of any organization, especially Connectria.

  • Compliance demonstrates that a company is implementing security best practices and putting forth best efforts to protect customers’ private information. Companies can entrust their data to their hosting provider without needing to worry about that provider’s ability to protect that data.
  • Compliance enhances business reputation and is held in high regard by customers.
  • Following the security standards helps to demonstrate an understanding of the importance of a customer’s data, and an ongoing commitment to enhancing their experience.

We take our role in protecting data very seriously. That extends to ongoing training of all employees, and consistent expansion and enhancements of our compliance and security solutions. We have some exciting new developments in the works, and will be sharing more details very soon.

Learn more about our current solutions, like HIPAA Compliant Hosting including HIPAA on AWS. If you have any questions about your compliant hosting needs, feel free to contact us.

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