NIST and ISO: 

 

If You're Not Implementing these Standards, you're Not Implementing Cybersecurity's best practices.

 

NIST delivers the minimum U.S. Government recommended technology standards that ultimately provides the basis for U.S. related laws and regulations. Being ISO certified means being in compliance with the NIST standard and having a strong cyber security defense system. However, you don't have to be ISO certified to be in compliance with NIST. 

Compliance can be a confusing subject when applying it to your business, especially with all the emerging laws and regulations. Fortunately, Digital Edge's team are your Compliance experts and partners in navigating the appropriate frameworks, providing the initial audit, then implementing the required changes in order to finally be, then stay, compliant. 

We are offering a FREE INITIAL AUDIT* to determine if your organization meets the latest NIST standards, then the next steps needed for the ISO certification. If interested, please sign up as soon as possible for the Free Initial Audit*... 

  • Offer lasts until June 30, 2019.
  • Free Initial Audits will be done during June, July and August 2019.
  • After June 30th, our standard rates apply subject to the audit scope.
  • Limitations apply*

*Free audits up to 1,000 employees and 3 physical locations in the tri-state area. Please contact us to confirm your organization's eligibility today.