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Quite simply, we are a business accelerator - our products can save you time and significantly reduce the labor costs that are traditionally associated with documentation creation.
ComplianceForge takes care of the tedious and time-consuming work involved with researching, writing and editing writing comprehensive cybersecurity documentation. By doing this, we offer a unique service to businesses - we can provide you with semi-customized cybersecurity and data protection documentation, based on industry-recognized leading practices that include ISO, NIST, OWASP, CSA, Secure Controls Framework (SCF) and others. This allows you to quickly obtain professionally-written IT security documentation and you have the ability to edit this documentation for your specific needs, since it comes in Microsoft Office formats. This is beyond simply buying an "IT security policy template" online - these products allow you to have the same level of professional quality documentation that you would expect from hiring a cybersecurity consultant to write it for you. Please take a few minutes and look at the examples to see for yourself!
Our comprehensive written information security documentation includes the policies, standards, procedures and other documents that businesses need to meet common information security requirements, such as CMMC, NIST SP 800-171, RMF, FedRAMP, PCI DSS, HIPAA, FACTA, GLBA, as well as other compliance obligations that companies face. We've been doing this since 2005, so we have a long track record of successfully writing IT security policies and other compliance-related documentation, such as risk assessments, vulnerability assessments and audit templates. Everything we do centers around providing our clients with a solid set of cybersecurity policies and standards to use as a foundation to build from!
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