PCI DSS. HIPAA. SOC 2. SOX 404. Compliance can be a complicated and confusing beast, with plenty of acronyms and layers of regulations — not to mention expenses and stress. But achieving compliance in the cloud can also be the key to unlocking new sources of revenue, winning business, and achieving success in today’s competitive business environment.
How many times have you finished a 1,000-piece puzzle? How about a serious game of Monopoly? Both of these activities have parallels with the process of meeting compliance regulations.
Compliance isn’t as simple as a connect-the-dots exercise. When you consider how fast companies are moving to and expanding on the cloud, alongside the proliferation of cloud-based security threats, compliance can be a little dizzying. We’re here to break the complexities of compliance requirements down for you, starting with SOC 2.
SOC 2 is one of the more common compliance requirements technology companies must meet today.
So what does SOC 2 compliance mean and how can you go about achieving it? In this post, we will break down the four most important things you need to know. Read more “4 Things You Need to Know About SOC 2 Compliance”
You don’t have to look far to see that data breaches are running rampant among healthcare organizations. In 2015, three of the highest-profile cases – Community Health Systems, Anthem and Premera – resulted in the breach of over 96 million personal health records.
We recently spoke with Threat Stack customer Jameel Al-Aziz, DevOps/Software Engineer for 6sense, and developed the following case study that showcases how Al-Aziz and his team are using Threat Stack. Al-Aziz also details in the case study the company-wide benefits they are realizing, including a shortened sales cycle, by having a continuous security monitoring solution in place. Below is their story.