Is your company regulated by NYCRR 500 Compliance Requirements?
Are you under a deadline to meet these compliance requirements?
Are you uncertain about what to do? — No problem.


If you do not have time or a skilled and qualified resource, we can help your organization in planning, assessing current and desire security posture along with identifying all risks, vulnerabilities, and operational and processes driven fatal red flags followed by working to deploy all required countermeasure security controls to reduce, mitigate, or transfer risk.

Since 2000, Our professional team members have assisted U.S. Federal Government Agencies, State of California Government Agencies, and Fortune 100, 500, and 1000 public and private world-class international companies to identify cybersecurity threats, vulnerabilities, business and processes gaps, and red flag, and able to timely deploy security countermeasure solutions and/or compensating or alternative controls which reduce or eliminate security risks, threats, and vulnerabilities.

We specialize in Enterprise Security Strategies and Planning, Risk Assessment, Infrastructure, and Web Application Cyber Security Threats Assessment, Cloud Security, Security Compliance Standard (SOX, PCI-DSS v3.1, HIPAA, NYCRR 500, NIST-800), Security Awareness, Policy Program along with unique and hybrid expertise evaluating and assessing Vendors and Business Partner Security Risk Assessment. Our mission: Your Rock-Solid Security is Our # 1 Priority. With our years of real-world hands-on work expertise, special skills, and our unique methodologies, we can make your company “Hack-proof, Hack-resilient, and Security-compliant!”

What is NYCRR 500 Compliance?

New York State Department of Financial Services 23 NYCRR 500,Unlike the standards and frameworks discussed previously, 23 NYCRR 500 Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Services Companies, from the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYS DFS), carries the weight of law for enterprises regulated by the department.33 Section 500.05 requires annual penetration testing and vulnerability assessments (systematic scans or reviews) twice per year.

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