Accidental, low-impact HIPAA violations are eligible for a $100 fine per violation, with an annual maximum of $25,000.
Cyber attacks on companies with sensitive information have become more common in recent years. As technology advances, hackers create more sophisticated programs to exploit, penetrate, and steal from your network. As a result, government and industry compliance regulations were created to protect consumers. As a business owner, it’s your responsibility to keep your company compliant.
E-N Computers has been assisting clients in creating compliant networks since 1997, so we know that reaching compliance can be a daunting task for any organization. Our experienced staff has a thorough understanding of compliance regulations. We’ll help you ensure all your systems remain compliant so you can avoid having to pay serious fines.
As a business owner, it’s your responsibility to keep your company compliant.
The first step toward compliance is understanding how the laws and rules apply to your organization. Second, we’ll implement technology, workflow processes, and staff training to help prevent accidental disclosure or data breaches.
At the beginning of every year, we tend to see an uptick in data theft and fraud. The influx is usually correlated with tax season. The IRS has created Publication 4557 to help tax preparation professionals safeguard the data that has been entrusted to them. However, there are steps you, the taxpayer, can also follow to ensure your data is safeguarded from cyber criminals. Read more about how we help our clients with this issue in our blog Safeguarding Taxpayer Data with IRS Publication 4557.
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Being non-compliant will harm your practice. With E-N Computers as your partner, you can rest assured that your systems meet the strictest regulations.
In 1996, the federal government passed the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). The law contains rules, regulations, and guidelines surrounding the use and distribution of medical and patient information. The Health and Human Services (HHS) department takes HIPAA compliance very seriously, enforcing HIPAA requirements aggressively by assigning stiff financial penalties that follow a four-tier system.
The main purpose of payment card industry (PCI) compliance is to standardize how merchants accept, store, and transmit customers’ financial data. If your organization accepts credit card or debit card transactions, you must comply with PCI.
Following best practices, E-N Computers’ assessments are conducted by a team of experts with 10+ years of in-depth experience in market and compliance requirements. Our team will lead you through the PCI journey from initial review to full alignment in the most efficient and least disruptive way possible. This ensures your organization can continue to run as usual while implementing PCI compliance measures.
With the annual increase of cyber threats that affect both personal and business lives, the U.S. government issued a Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) to safeguard the unclassified data of the Federal Department of Defense (DoD). The DFARS covers the protection of controlled unclassified information (CUI) as a requirement for all contractors doing business with the DoD. The rules are composed of stringent standards for cyber security.
The team at E-N Computers includes DFARS compliance experts who can help contractors, like you, be well equipped with the knowledge and tools to meet compliance as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.
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