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IT Regulatory Compliance

Align your business with government and industry regulations and proper security protocols for maximum protection.

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Understand Compliance Standards

We’ll create and document your policies for future verification and management.



    For hospitals, pharmacies, doctor’s offices, and other health care organizations, HIPAA compliance guarantees security of patient’s healthcare records and personally identifiable information.

  • PCI


    Any business that accepts credit cards for payment must securely handle and store client information.

  • NIST 800-171/CMMC/ITAR


    Contractors and subcontractors for the US Department of Defense must follow very stringent controls with respect to Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and general cyber security hygiene.

  • SOC


    Governed by AICPA, SOC is the preferred standard for B2B interactions since it helps to provide assurances of how one organization will handle the security, integrity, availability, and confidentiality of the other organization’s data.

  • B2B and cyber insurance questionnaires


    Outside of any specific industry regulations, organizations’ risk management teams often have complex control matrices derived from NIST 800-53(Rev.5) or equivalent controls to impose on their vendors.

Identify security gaps and vulnerabilities

Protect your business against numerous threats, such as data breaches and malicious attacks.

The University of Maryland’s statistics state that cyberattacks occur every 39 seconds.
It’s time to act now.
Our industry-aligned experts understand the cyber challenges that businesses face and how to mitigate them.
We’re ready to help.

Receive a security posture assessment

Understand your current security stance and clearly relay it to your team.

Guided organization-based risks

Understand the threats that can impact aspects of your entire organization, including revenue, retention, and reputation.

External and internal vulnerabilities

Discover what gaps lie in your network security protocols, from both inside and outside of your organization’s network.

Directory services path testing

Find out what employees can actually do with the privileges and access that they are provided with.

Active directory health and security

Safeguard your directory service against hackers to prevent user or company information from being compromised.

Current Documentation

Recognize any gaps between your written policies and actual procedures.

Compliance Reviews

Ensure adherence to all standards associated with your industry and business.

Ace your next audit

Understand each of your controls and how they fit into the broader audit process.


Review and update control activities to ensure that they meet the necessary control requirements. Identify the gaps and take appropriate measures to address them.


Ensure that you can present correct, recent artifacts for each control requirement.


Receive assistance from our experienced team through the entire audit process.


Streamlining the audit process & receiving a favorable SOC 2 report

As part of the healthcare benefits industry, this client needed help communicating control activities and preparing for a SOC 2 audit. The Miles IT team conducted in-depth risk assessments and guided the client through the audit process, resulting in SOC 2 accreditation & enhanced security.

Gain a prioritized action plan

Know exactly what to do next.
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We’ll have a collaborative discussion with you about our top recommendations for your business.
These items are specific and ranked, so you’ll have a clear snapshot of your compliance and security positions and next steps.
We can help implement these measures and lead staff training sessions to ensure a smooth transition.

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The Miles Assurance Plan

Have confidence that your data is safe, backed up, and monitored for suspicious activity.

24/7 Monitoring


Receive constant, consistent help from our team at any time.

Security Assessments

Evolve your security practices concurrently with new security threats.

Preventative Measures

Continually oversee your systems and update them against risks.

Data Backups

Schedule automated backups to multiple sources so you’ll have up-to-date files on reserve.

Spam Protection

Restrict and filter email scams so your business information remains safe.


Strengthen and update your anti-virus software to safeguard against new attacks.


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  • What does the term, “internal control” mean?


    Simply put, an internal control is a set of policies and procedures designed to accomplish something good or prevent something badlike divulging confidential customer information.

    Every individual compliance will have clear documentation on what “internal controls” are required as well as financial penalties for non-compliance, which can be significant.


  • I’m not sure which compliance regulations apply to me. Can Miles IT help?


    Yes. We will work with you to understand your business processes, the systems you use, the current controls you have in place, and which compliance regulations apply to you.

    The most common engagement that we execute is a gap analysis where we produce a report with recommendations on where your organization stands with respect to a particular compliance standard and identification of controls your company can benefit from adding.


  • Does Miles IT provide ongoing support for recurring audits?


    Yes. We offer a full range of IT solutions including 24/7 support to keep your business compliant and running smoothly. Learn more about our managed services plans here.


  • Is Miles IT an accredited auditor?


    No. An accredited auditor’s role is to confirm whether your business is or is not in compliance with a particular standard. It’s a pass/fail analysis.

    Miles IT has greater organizational flexibility to help your business succeed. We provide solutions to close the gaps rather than merely identifying that a gap exists.


  • How do we know if we are in compliance with industry standards?


    Our expert industry consultants specialize in all facets of your industry. Our analysis includes solutions tailored to your industry and the specific focus of your business.


  • Does Miles IT offer emergency cyber security services?


    Yes. We respond quickly to cyber attacks, isolate and resolve the incident, and help find and fix vulnerabilities in your systems so you don’t have to worry about the same kind of attack occurring again.


  • Where do I get started with cyber security?


    Risk assessment is the very first stage of any good cyber security plan. Four primary categories of business risk assessment include:

    •    compliance assessments
    •    external/internal vulnerability assessments
    •    penetration testing
    •    social engineering tests.


  • Does Miles IT use a specific approach for addressing virtual threats?


    We utilize the 6 Stages of Incident Response, which are: Preparation, Identification, Containment, Eradication, Recovery, and Lessons Learned. Read more about incident response here.


  • How often do data breaches happen?


    The University of Maryland’s statistics state that cyberattacks occur every 39 seconds and impact 1 in 3 Americans every year. According to IBM, the average cost of a data breach is $3.86 million. However, companies that contain a breach in less than 30 days saved more than $1 million on average compared to those that took longer.