Clarus Tech Partners will help your organization develop Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Regulation Programs and Solutions for Compliance & to Protect Your Assets

  • Vulnerability Assessments

  • Penetration Testing

  • GDPR Compliance Scan

  • PCI DSS Compliance Scan

  • Network & System Testing

  • Security Risk Assessments

  • Best Practices

  • Policies & Procedures

  • Project & Risk Management

  • Global Regulatory Compliance - U.S. State Laws, Canada, EU, and others

  • Incidence & Data Breach Response

  • On-Site & Virtual Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)

  • Data Protection Officer (DPO)

  • Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Compliance Training

  • Regulations & Compliance

    • HIPAA

    • ISO Standards

    • NIST SP 800-171

    • CMMC

    • PCI DSS

    • European Union Regulation, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

    • New York Regulations

      • NYDFS (23 NYCRR 500)

      • New York SHIELD Act

    • California Regulation, California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

    • SOC 1 & 2 Compliance

    • GLBA

    • FDIC

    • SOX

    • FedRAMP 

The increasing frequency, sophistication, and ever-changing nature of cyber intrusions and data breaches continually challenge an organizations’ information technology and risk management teams and cause major business disruptions, public release of confidential information, reputation damage, and other negative financial and operational impacts.

One challenge for every organization is linking business operations to IT functions.  Often executive and operations management have the misconception that their IT staff are also information security experts which leaves many companies and their customers exposed to everyday security threats.  This vulnerability can be costly.

When it comes to data breaches, time is money!

According to the latest 2019 Cost of Data Breach annual study conducted by Ponemon Institute and sponsored by IBM Security, the average cost of a data breach globally is $3.92 million.

According to the study, the speed at which an organization can suppress a data breach incident has a direct impact on the financial consequences:

  • The average time to identify a data breach in the study was 197 days, and the average time to contain a data breach once identified was 69 days.


  • Companies who contained a breach in less than 30 days saved over $1 million compared to those that took more than 30 days ($3.09 million vs. $4.25 million average total).

IBM Ponemon Global Report 2018
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