AppliedCS has a comprehensive understanding of Information Security Programs...
Protect Your Data, and
Meet Regulatory Requirements
Our experience spans every regulatory environment and challenge.
Applied Compliance Services provides Compliance Management, Security Management, and Risk Management Services to the Financial Sector. Headquartered in the state of Florida, Applied Compliance's significant areas of expertise include Virtual Information Security Officer and Virtual Compliance Officer Services.
Virtual Information Security Officer Service Levels
Our Virtual ISO services provide institutions access to highly qualified and experienced professionals that can help them fill this needed resource at a reduced cost. AppliedCS offers four levels of service, each of which is customizable.
Virtual Compliance Officer Service Levels
Our Virtual CO services aim to provide the client with knowledgeable and skilled resources to facilitate the ongoing management of their Compliance Management Program. This service will assist with common Compliance Officer duties and help guide the institution’s management through regulatory matters.
Does your business need an Information Security Program Overhaul?
Our experienced professionals will put together a plan to meet your needs and regulatory requirements ASAP.
Our Other Services
Our other services include Development Consulting and Information Technology Risk Assessments. We aim to provide every client with knowledgeable and skilled resources to facilitate the ongoing management of cybersecurity.
Whether an entire risk management information security program, a specific policy, or Procedure Development, we can help. Assisting with internal development projects has always been a sought-after service from AppliedCS.
IT Risk Assessment
Understanding your institution’s cybersecurity posture, knowing where there may be gaps, and addressing issues is critical and could mean the difference between a compromise or business as usual.
Our clients range from $20 Million to $3 Billion in assets and include institutions regulated by FDIC, OCC, and others.
Information security officers should be responsible for responding to security events by ordering emergency actions to protect the institution and its customers from imminent loss of information; managing the negative effects on the confidentiality, integrity, availability, or value of information; and minimizing the disruption or degradation of critical services.