Compliance in the Cloud: Q&A Webinar Recap

On April 25th, I had the pleasure of speaking with Ryan Buckner, Principal at Schellman & Company and Kevin Eberman, Director of Ops at MineralTree during a webinar on compliance in the cloud.

Using the cloud as our lens, we discussed the ways in which companies can better understand and navigate compliance. You can view the entire webinar or read our recap below. Read more “Compliance in the Cloud: Q&A Webinar Recap”

MineralTree Achieves PCI Compliance With Threat Stack

Compliance processes have a reputation for being expensive, time-consuming, and fraught with difficulties — and sometimes certifications are looked upon with skepticism. However, most of the PCI requirements are common sense, best practices that any organization that is concerned with security should adopt. At MineralTree, we use Threat Stack to mitigate security threats. Additionally Threat Stack helps us adhere to PCI requirements and document our compliance.

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Allocating Resources for a Compliance Audit: A Practical Framework

When companies prepare to meet compliance, whether it’s PCI DSS, HIPAA, or SOC 2, one thing that can be estimated inaccurately is the stakeholders who need to be involved — who they are, what departments they come from within your organization, what their roles are, what knowledge and skill sets they require, how long they’ll be needed, etc. This post is intended as a practical guide to help you develop a thorough and realistic resource plan for your next compliance audit.

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Budgeting for a Compliance Audit: A Practical Framework

Companies can easily underestimate the investment required to meet compliance. Thinking compliance is a one-and-done activity that you can skate by with minimal spend only sets you up for unpleasant surprises later on. Compliance can be a long, drawn-out process, involving everyone including HR, finance, security, and leadership. So it’s important to look at all the costs up front in order to set aside a realistic budget.

A good way to approach compliance is to treat it like a new product launch. You’ll need a dedicated project team, new technology, a reasonable budget, and more to get it off the ground.

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