Do you currently provide security guidance as part of your practice? You should; it’s a valuable service for clients, and can also offer a number of benefits to you as their IT firm as well. However, it can be a complicated process that yields poor results if it’s not done right. Brainlink would like to show you how.
We start our security compliance guidance with a roadmap, which includes a company overview of the work we’ve performed for the client since the last meeting, major accomplishments, etc. It also includes a section on servers, workstations, storage, any urgent notices, and anything else that absolutely need to be brought up with the client in the meeting. This helps to keep the meeting on track.
The roadmap addresses antivirus policies, backup and disaster recovery policies, email security policies, firewall, mobile device, network access, network maintenance, password, and physical access policies. This applies every security compliance regulation Brainlink has ever studied, including:
So what does a roadmap look like? For example, a Brainlink antivirus (AV) policy would ensure compliance in the clients’ staff by addressing the following points:
So this is how we give our clients the tool. We hold our clients accountable, and we give them a tool to go talk to their management and their staff about so that the entire business can review it and further ensure their compliance.
What Are The Keys To Developing Scheduled Security Compliance Reports?
What is SOP Culture?
SOPs are your way to document any given process in your business’ operation, from macro tasks like budget development, to daily rudimentary duties like sales pitches. By documenting every single possible aspect of your business, you develop a culture of SOPs that will minimize your time and money invested in a given action, and maximize the quality, and therefore, profit.
The SOPCulture SOP Library Can Be Yours!
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There is a one-time fee for one-time setup, which includes:
In the end, generating scheduled security compliance reports will help you avoid confusion with your clients. How many times have you and your client had a meeting where the two of you came to completely different conclusions while looking at the same data? With a clearly developed resource, you and your client can ensure you’re both on the same page.
To see how SOP Culture and scheduled security compliance reporting can help your clients and your team, get in touch with Brainlink today by calling 917-685-7731 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.