It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.
An independent auditing firm audits AISN on a regular basis. Then, they produce attestation reports for AISN’s compliance with various regulations, including:
AISN was founded in 1993 and quickly became a pioneer in hosting and managed services for mission-critical infrastructure and applications. And, throughout the years, maintaining our compliance has been critical to everything that we do. It’s embedded into our corporate culture and the fabric of who we are.
Today, some of the world’s most esteemed brands rely upon AISN to protect their brand reputations through our technical diligence, cyber vigilance and careful attention to detail.
Who are they? They’re primarily government agencies, health care/pharma providers, financial institutions, insurers, educational institutions and software developers. — All of them have the most demanding compliance and security requirements for their respective industries.
Every day, these well-known brands entrust their most sensitive data to us. They know they can, because routinely, we are audited for multiple compliances by an independent third-party auditor.
Why Is Compliance Important?
Compliance should be important to us as well as you, the customer. Why? Well, take a risk management approach. You can see that people, processes and technologies are impacted in a variety of ways. Here are six:
- Passing our audit each and every time enables us to help YOU, the customer, pass yours.
- Better compliance helps you to detect problems as they occur, and in doing so, manage risk and avoid fines and lawsuits.
- Improved operational processes and procedures are the result of following best practices.
- When customers know that they can trust you, their brand loyalty will automatically be enhanced.
- The company can grow faster if the workplace culture encourages employee integrity and ethical behavior.
- Proper employee training helps eliminate internal errors.
Okay, that wasn’t a complete list, but you get the picture. Compliance is intrinsic to corporate governance and virtually everything we do these days. Falling out of line means sustained risk.