For today’s digital businesses, protecting customer data should be a top priority. Thankfully, businesses can prioritize data security by following a number of compliance and regulation frameworks, such as PCI DSS, SOC 2 and GDPR. These regulatory requirements ensure an organization is complying with industry-specific, minimum security-related requirements to protect customer data, ensure privacy, and sustain efficiency.
However, with engineering teams focused on product development—such as optimization, personalization, and user experience—many developers are not prepared with the right strategy, execution plan, and tools to ensure the security and privacy of customer data. All while meeting the company’s compliance objectives. This can jeopardize business operations; lead to severe fines and penalties; and damage the trust and loyalty of customers.
So, when vulnerabilities and security issues are inevitably discovered, the question then becomes—How does this impact our organization’s compliance objectives … and what can I do about it?
Join this discussion with seasoned security professionals to learn how Deepfactor’s new compliance module provides developers with the deeper, actionable insights needed to ensure applications and infrastructure meet business’ requirements and goals for compliance.