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Compliance Management

Compliance management is a design which is to protect business and its customer’s data and enhance value by nurturing a regulatory risk-aware culture. Compliance program supports the organization’s business objectives. At any security incident it helps to prepare how to respond quickly and appropriately to minimize the impact on the organization (and the community, as appropriate). Management should continuously improve its compliance program. Compliance objective at:

  • Accountability and integrity

  • Prevention of noncompliance

  • Protection (to the extent possible) from negative consequences

  • Preparation for when noncompliance occurs

  • And last but not least, improvement of the program to better prevent, protect, prepare, detect and respond to noncompliance


Compliance  is not a one-time event – organizations realize that they need to make it into a repeatable process, so that they can continue to sustain compliance with that regulation at a lower cost. When an organization is dealing with multiple regulations at the same time, a streamlined process of managing compliance with each of these initiatives is critical, or else, costs can spiral out of control and the risk of non-compliance increases.

  • Document Process and Risks

  • Define and Document Controls

  • Assess Effectiveness of Controls

  • Disclosure and Certification of Compliance Processes

  • Remediate Issues


Compliance Management have a positive impact on effectiveness of policies and procedures (Governance)  implemented in an organization for secure environment.


  • Commitment to the maintenance and continuous improvement of a compliance management framework and processes, and to the development of a compliance culture.

  • A risk-based approach to the implementation of its compliance program.

  • Compliance obligations and the assurance processes associated with these obligations  are actively monitored.

  • Governing Policy and Compliance Obligations will be reviewed on an ongoing basis to identify deficiencies and ensure continuous improvement to the framework.

  • Governing Policy for detailed information on roles and responsibilities is established.

  • Applications ensuring the balance between the companies cost management, risk management and compliance management, thereby helping to perform a more efficient operation.

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  • One of the requirement of being compliant to security policies is issue tracking and remediation, which is achieved in an efficient manner with proactive and structured approach.

  • Risk assessment initiative, various issues that are identified followed by an annual compliance assessment process.

  • Rich workflow for remediation, certification and disclosure.

  • A comprehensive risk based controls framework.

  • Presents a set of follow-up activities such as corrective/preventive actions when needed and provides the ability to monitor the entire process.

  • Internal controls that ensure secure and continuous operation of their entire information systems infrastructure.

  • Report incidents and provide information on hazardous material, initiate and implement containment, corrective and preventive actions.


  • A closed-loop compliance program for recorded findings, developing recommendations, and implementing action plans.

  • Better risk management and assured compliance metrics are achieved.

  • Enable a consistent, efficient approach to compliance by streamlining workflows

  • Clear, effective and broadly communicated compliance program that helps you signal to key stakeholders that compliance is a top priority.

  • A framework is established that immediately saves money, eliminates duplication and introduces increased efficiency and productivity into the business.

  • Efficient enterprise-wide roles based system that enables automation of ongoing policy and process definition & recording; manage access rights, alerts and escalations, and deliver timely actions to the right people for follow up.

  • Areas of highest risk and cost to the business are flagged more quickly and consistently allowing them to be addressed as a priority.


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