Trace Security offers Security Assessments, Risk Assessments, IT Security Audits, Penetration Testing, Social Engineering, Application Testing, Information Security Policy Development & Review, Information Security Employee Awareness Training, Risk Management Software, IT Security Compliance Software, IT Audit Software
Who is TraceSecurity?
TraceSecurity is a leading provider of IT security compliance, risk, and audit management solutions. TraceSecurity offers a comprehensive group of solutions, which is important when selecting an IT security provider. Because a credit union’s IT security systems are inter-dependent (or should be!) it is helpful to have a trusted partner that can see the whole picture and takes ownership of more than one little slice. Choosing a single, experienced source like TraceSecurity for IT security compliance, risk, and audit management solutions, provides an effective, orchestrated, dependable end-to-end solution.
Navigating IT security compliance standards is a complicated, ever-changing landscape for most credit unions. Having a knowledgeable partner like TraceSecurity means that your credit union’s IT staff has a go-to resource to assist them in anticipating, interpreting and responding to requirements. IT security is so important to every credit union’s reputation and to the safety of members. Credit unions have peace of mind knowing that they have a strong, integrated program in place to protect their interests. More Information About TraceSecurity Solutions
Comprehensive Security Assessments: FFIEC and NCUA IT security compliance regulations and guidelines require that a credit union have vulnerability/security assessments performed by an independent third party. The TraceSecurity Comprehensive Security Assessment was designed specifically to meet these regulatory requirements and address the needs of credit unions of all sizes.
Risk Assessments: FFIEC and NCUA IT security compliance regulations and guidelines require a credit union to conduct a risk assessment. TraceSecurity’s Risk Assessment follows methodologies designed to meet regulatory requirements and best practice guidelines based on international standards. The risk assessment process is captured and managed through TraceSecurity’s RiskManager software that automates the process and provides a foundation for future risk assessments.
IT Security Audits: FFIEC and NCUA IT security compliance regulations and guidelines require a credit union to conduct independent audits of their information security program. An IT security audit will compare the credit union’s current security controls to established standards.
Penetration Testing: Best practices state that each credit union should perform an external and internal penetration test, in addition to regular security assessments, in order to ensure the security of their external and internal networks. Penetration tests differ from a vulnerability assessment in that they actually exploit the vulnerabilities to determine what information is exposed.
Social Engineering: Failure of employees to follow the security policies and procedures of the credit union is a major vulnerability to an information security program.
Application Testing: Web applications have become common targets for hackers, because they often contain application layer vulnerabilities.
Information Security Policy Development & Review: FFIEC and NCUA IT security compliance regulations and guidelines require a credit union to create a written information security program, including policies and procedures, designed to protect confidential information, including Non-Public Personal Information (NPPI).
Information Security Employee Awareness Training: Failure of employees to implement security practices is a major vulnerability to a credit union’s information security program.
Risk Management Software: TraceSecurity has developed its Risk Manager solution to automate the risk assessment process, enabling a credit union to efficiently perform its own, on-demand risk assessment in a cost-effective manner.
IT Security Compliance Management Software: Because of the constantly changing credit union environment (new vulnerabilities, new employees, new/modified regulations), it is necessary for credit unions to continuously assess their information security program.
IT Audit Software: TraceSecurity has developed its IT Audit Manager solution to automate the IT security audit process, enabling a credit union to efficiently perform its own on-demand IT security audit in a cost-effective manner.
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