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    PCI DSS Version 3.0 Compliance Guide

    PCI DSS Version 3.2 Compliance Guide

    Negative media coverage, a loss of customer confidence, and the resulting loss in sales can cripple a business. As a result, all entities that handle credit cardholder information are being challenged to adopt more effective data protection measures. The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) was created to confront the rising threat to credit cardholder personal information. This compliance guide will provide readers with an overview of the requirements as well as suggested steps in achieving PCI compliance.

    ISO 27002 Compliance Guide

    ISO 27002 Compliance Guide

    ISO 27002 is an internationally recognized standard designed for organizations to use as a reference for implementing and managing information security controls. If you’re looking for a comprehensive, global framework to tailor your security program, then ISO 27002 may be right for your organization. Read this guide to learn about the ISO 27002 framework and understand how Rapid7 products and services can help you address the recommended controls.

    UserInsight Helps Healthcare Providers Detect Intruders & Fulfill HIPAA Security Rule

    UserInsight Helps Healthcare Providers Detect Intruders & Fulfill HIPAA Security Rule

    For policy gurus, the devil is in the details. Rapid7’s UserInsight will help you comply with many of the specifications in the HIPAA Security Rule. Read this brief to see six examples.

    What You Need to Know About the new Eu Data Protection Law

    What You Need to Know About the new EU Data Protection Law

    The proposed General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will regulate the privacy and handling of European Union (EU) residents’ personal data. This will replace the existing EU Data Protection Directive, and unify data protection laws across the EU with a single set of rules.

    CAG Compliance Guide

    Top 20 Controls Compliance Guide

    A common factor across many recent security breaches is that the targeted enterprise was compliant, meaning they passed their Payment Card Industry (PCI) audit yet customer data was still compromised. Simply being compliant is not enough to mitigate probable attacks and protect critical information.

    ANSSI 40 Essential Measures

    ANSSI 40 Essential Measures

    The 40 Essential Measures was developed to help French organisations implement basic security rules in order to safeguard their information systems. Rapid7’s cyber security solutions can help you apply and monitor the 40 Essential Measures and reduce your risk of a breach.

    HIPAA and HITECH Act Compliance Guide

    Rapid7 HIPAA Compliance Guide

    When private medical records are breached, healthcare service providers suffer damage to their brand and reputation, severe financial repercussions, and loss of trust from their patients.The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) protects the privacy and security of personal health information (PHI). Any healthcare organization that stores, processes, or transmits PHI must be compliant with HIPAA requirements, including any business associates that perform functions or provide services on their behalf. This compliance guide will provide readers with an overview of the requirements, as well as suggested steps in achieving HIPAA compliance.

    NERC Compliance Guide

    Rapid7 NERC-CIP Compliance Guide

    The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) introduced Critical Infrastructure Protections (CIPs) as mandatory cyber security regulations, intended to protect the bulk electric grid. This compliance guide, updated according to NERC CIP version 4 (applicable as of June 25, 2012), provides an overview of the compliance requirements as well as steps to achieve NERC compliance.

    FISMA Compliance Guide

    Rapid7 FISMA Compliance Guide

    All government agencies, government contractors, and organizations that exchange data directly with government systems must be FISMA compliant. This may include such diverse entities as data clearinghouses, state government departments, and government military subcontractors if data is exchanged directly with Federal government systems. Coverage may expand to include public and private sector entities that utilize manage or run critical infrastructures if FISMA security controls are combined with the Consensus Audit Guidelines as part of the new U.S. Information and Communications Enhancement (ICE) Act.

    Massachusetts Privacy Law Compliance Guide

    Rapid7 Massachusetts Privacy Law Compliance Guide

    In an effort to protect Massachusetts residents from the rising incidence of fraud and identity theft from data loss, the State of Massachusetts has implemented aggressive regulatory requirements to protect personal information. The state now requires mandatory compliance with 201 CMR 17.00 - Standards for the Protection of Personal Information of Residents of the Commonwealth (also known as just 201 CMR 17, or the Massachusetts Privacy Law). This compliance guide will provide readers with an overview of the requirements as well as suggested steps in achieving compliance with the Massachusetts Data Privacy Law (Mass 201 CMR 17).