This month, I am taking a look at the differences between ‘Regulatory Compliance’ and ‘Operational Readiness’ through a series of videos.
The efforts to check the boxes before audits – often mandated by an industry (e.g. HIPAA), corporate (SOX) or legal (DOD 5.015.2-STD).
The IT efforts to ensure that key IT systems and data are resilient through high availability (HA), disaster recovery (DR) or business continuity (BC) technologies and services.
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Then, I looked at regulations that affect vblog-regulatory-compliance-vs-operational-readiness-part-2-of-4-for-public-companies-and-financial-institutions-through-sarbanes-oxley-sox/index.html" target="_blank">US financial institutions (SEC) and publicly-held companies (SOX).
Last week, we looked at vblog-regulatory-compliance-vs-operational-readiness-part-3-of-4-hipaa/index.html">healthcare organizations and their regulatory mandates in HIPAA.
This week, we'll finish the series by looking at Continuity of Operations (CO-OP) mandates for Government agencies.
Week 4: Government agencies and contractors
I hope that you enjoyed the series -- and found value in the information. What should my next series be?
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