Table of Contents
A False Sense of Security
You Can Be Compliant & Still
Experience a Data Breach
The Compliance Decade
HSMs Achieve Business &
HSM Best Practices Lead to
Appendix 1 - International Laws
A Focus on Security Yields
Compliance for Free
How enterprises set up data security that truly protects critical assets
Executive Brief - A Focus on Security Yields Compliance for Free:
How enterprises set up data security that truly protects critical assets.
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Many senior executives are realizing:
• Weak or no information security will result in substantial financial losses
• Compliance costs are high and threaten to go higher
• Compliance with a law or regulation does not equate to security
• Cost-effective solutions that help ensure security and enable compliance are available
Over the years, security and compliance experts at ReymannGroup have performed numerous compliance reviews
and risk assessments. Through these engagements and other forums, we have engaged hundreds of executives in
discussions about the need for a comprehensive and strategic approach to data security and compliance. Recently,
such conversations now suggest that many senior executives are focusing on these four important challenges.
This paper offers thought leadership to help you address each of these challenges. It will also introduce you to the
value and importance of a hardware security module as a key part of any successful information security program.
A FALSE SENSE OF SECURITY
Companies are finally realizing that a static security compliance program provides a false sense of security and will
become increasingly ineffective over time. Security compliance is not a one-time event. Organizations must adopt
security capabilities that will ensure continuous security and compliance.
Having the right knowledge resources and te