Privacy and document security issues are becoming even more critical with the accountability requirements of the Affordable Care Act and regulations impacting financial services and other business sectors. That’s why Bacompt has contracted with Infotex, an objective, third-party auditor, to provide network monitoring, event log management, and incident response in compliance with FFIEC (Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council) guidelines.
Bacompt’s data security protocols include:
- Third-party, 24/7 network monitoring
- Intrusion prevention and detection systems
- Log monitoring
- Forensic documentation
- Secure data transfer (SSL/SFTP)
- Automatic data encryption whenever data is “at rest”
- Scheduled password changes
- Up-to-date antivirus software
Perhaps more importantly, third-party certifications qualify us for many government-regulated printing projects. Infotex employs methodologies, confirmation and analysis processes, and reporting procedures that comply with FFIEC guidelines as they pertain to the GLBA (Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act), the HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) Security Ruling, and ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association) standards for auditing.
Infotex certifies that Bacompt is in compliance with the following:
- Information Security Requirements of GLBA
- HIPAA Security Ruling
- Five steps of FISMA (Federal Information Security Management Act)
In addition, Bacompt has contracted with Infotex to provide biennial Information Technology Security and Compliance Audits. The complete Compliance Attestation Report is available upon request.