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Regulations look for monitoring of traffic resulting in complex log file sorts and correlations that IT does not have bandwidth to cover. Recent breaches of name brand organizations are occurring quickly and with great impact. Compliance with regulations is not achieved by a single product buy rather by a group of products and monitoring services that together with pro-active IT Security can help comply with and prevent breaches. The cost of non-compliance is much higher than a simple service. BorderLAN Network Security can help with effective low-cost compliance products and an Compliance Review Checklist.

The increase of compliance and fines is occurring for three primary reasons;
1. Businesses cannot keep up with ever changing regulations.
2. Technology regulations are complex and many organizations lack products to get the job done.
3. Enforcement is being performed by Cash-starved agencies who profit from fines.

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EDUCATION – Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Student education records must be kept private. Backups and systems must be secure. Records of transferring students must be sent and received security. Additionally health records, social security numbers, credit cards also apply to individual compliance mandates within Education and Higher Ed. BorderLAN’s Education product line solves many of the common compliance needs simply and within budget.

EDUCATION – Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
Children MUST have protection against harmful, pornographic websites when using computer systems. Traditional web filtering fails when considering new innovative ways of learning with iPads, 1:1, bring your own device and remote student access. BorderLAN can help consult with you about your needs and how we can supply a turnkey solution to supplement your Internet Filter, or to replace it with one that focuses on Compliance, student – teacher collaboration, and MDM or 1:1 device control when students are offsite.

BANKS, CREDIT UNIONS, and COMPANIES – The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)
Protection of financial information account information and associate user information is required under GLBA. Audits are often performed to ensure compliance for FDIC insurance requirement. Fines can be in the millions of dollars. Data Encryption, Email Encryption, Log File visibility and Security Automation become critical to have a chance of passing a GLBA audit. BorderLAN can help with simple solutions to meet GLBA needs.

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH)
Health record security is one of the fastest growing audits, because breaches are “PER RECORD”. This is problematic as many health institutions and clinics serve hundreds of thousands of patients. With Electronic Medical Records, a single USB stick can hold records of hundreds of thousands of records or more. Lost Laptops with Health Insurance information, disgruntles employees, hackers, mistakes and simple emails to out-of-network providers are all potential breaches. Fines for leaks start at $100 per record, but if the organization knows of a potential for a leak the fine baloons to $1000 per record. For those that knowingly breached and corrected the problem the fines exceed 10,000 per record. For those that breach but dont correct the fine is 50,000 per record. The new Omnibus rule effective March 2013 also provides additional inclusions of contractors and subcontractors for HIPAA violations.

Small Business Compliance PCI
Lodi Beer a small micro brewery in California was fined 27,000 or $2.15 per record and spent 50,000 more on legal defense and system upgrades as very small business. That is a huge amount of money for a small business.