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Policy & Procedure Writing & Consulting Services

CynergisTek has written and developed policies and procedures for numerous regulatory requirements for more than a decade. Our knowledge of the information security and regulatory compliance requirements is why we continue to be a top-ranked consulting firm. Our experience includes HIPAA, FISMA, FERPA, PCI, and more.

Many organizations spend hundreds of hours developing policies and procedures, heavily relying on free templates or documents scoured from the internet. We believe there is a better way. Combining our experience reviewing thousands of policies and procedures, and our expert knowledge of the regulatory requirements, CynergisTek will review, revise, modify and document existing privacy and security policies and procedures for your organization, or develop new ones as required.

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Contact us to learn more about our policy & procedure development services and how we can help your organization.

Years of Experience & Community-Driven Approach

Organizations typically adopt one more security frameworks when developing its program. Our experience with multiple frameworks enables us to assist our clients in accelerating the development of policies and procedures that work to support their organization’s security and privacy goals. Our experience includes, but is not limited to, the following frameworks:

HIPAA

ISO 27001 | 27002 framework

Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)

Control Objectives for Information and Related Technologies (COBIT)

NIST SP 800 Publications (Approximately 100+ publications)

What Our Clients Say

CynergisTek’s Privacy Program Assessment helped us address the complex mix of privacy requirements that includes policies, procedures and awareness, allowing us to improve the overall effectiveness of our privacy program.

Andrea TenBrink, Privacy Officer, Asante

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