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What is GLBA Compliance?

The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) of 1999 was implemented by the Senate Banking Committee to help financial service organizations establish information security programs that will identify, assess, manage, and control risks that may threaten customer information.

Why do GLBA Compliance?

Compliance with GLBA is a requirement mandated by the federal government for Financial Services Institutions. Failure to comply with this regulation can result in serious criminal and financial repercussions.

How can we help with your GLBA compliance requirements?

SecureState can work with your organization on the technical controls portion of GLBA by providing information security program assessments to identify any gaps within those controls, as well as validating the level of those controls. SecureState can also assist your organization with the management of meeting the controls that surround outsourcing