Energy & Utilities
Retail & Hospitality
At Elevate, we understand that the modern business landscape is constantly evolving, shaped by the rapid advancements in technology and the ever-present need for data protection and regulatory compliance. In this dynamic and interconnected world, Cybersecurity and Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) have become paramount for businesses of all sizes and industries.
Our mission is to empower organizations across various sectors to navigate this complex cyber terrain with confidence and resilience. Whether you operate in finance, healthcare, energy, legal services, retail, or technology, we have tailored cybersecurity and GRC solutions that align perfectly with your unique industry challenges and regulatory requirements.
Our team of experts brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the table, working tirelessly to safeguard your digital assets, defend against malicious attacks, and ensure strict compliance with industry-specific regulations.
Energy and Utilities
Cyber security is one of the top concerns for the energy industry. Attacks on the Utility Industry can affect the livelihood and safety and security of citizens. Utilities are seeking ways to protect their control systems and segment the SCADA systems from internal networks. Additionally, they are also looking to assess cyber-threats and protect critical infrastructure in the age of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
How We Can Help
NERC CIP Assessments
SCADA Systems Testing
One of the greatest challenges facing financial services organizations is in developing new products and revenue sources while combating the dynamic and evolving regulatory landscape and managing data security risks. New regulations constantly redefine the way your organization markets new products, manages compliance risk, and remains profitable. A proactive and uniform approach toward the relentless wave of compliance is the first line of defense to controlling compliance costs.
How We Can Help
Federal Financial Insitutions Examination Council (FFIEC) Guidelines
FDCIA Control Testing
IT Risk Assessments
Business Continuity Planning
Implement IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC)
Healthcare and life sciences companies continue to innovate ways to increase the length and quality of life for people around the world. Technological changes such as the move to electronic health records, the prevalence of networked medical devices, and complex data transfers are forcing healthcare organizations to adapt quickly to remain competitive. Data security and privacy are at the forefront of innovation as compliance requirements and end-users continue to require and demand higher protection of our personal health and identifiable records.
Studies show that this industry’s cyber security risk is higher as hackers know that law firms store very sensitive and confidential data of their clients. Moreover, for law firms that have large corporate clients, the firm must sign contracts that require a prominent level of care over the data entrusted such as Business Associate Agreements (BAAs) in healthcare, GLBA compliance requirements, etc. Because of this and the overall increase in cyber security hacking activities, we have seen that large law firms are taking proactive steps to assess and improve their Information Security protection posture.
Retail and Hospitality
Mobile mania transforms consumer spending habits and poses new threats to maintaining data privacy compliance. As retailers and suppliers strive to survive, they must also adjust to the changing regulatory landscape. Technology, distribution, go-to-market strategies, and the approach to retailer-supplier collaboration have all been affected. Retail companies must be proactive in addressing security and operational concerns. Compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) is required, but truly securing your company requires a more robust commitment to cyber risk management.
Technology companies are trusted with customers’ information from credit card numbers to social security information to health information. The entire industry rests on consumers’ ability to trust that your technology company can keep their information safe while still using it to provide them with customized tools, products, and services. Because of this reliance, technology companies are frequently a target of malicious attackers, who view them as a one-stop shop for data on millions of people.
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