Create policies around your security with Attitude IT's
Data Compliance Services
For Ontario businesses that fall under regulatory compliance mandates
Managed Compliance Service for Ontario Businesses
At Attitude IT, we make cybersecurity simple and effective. Our data compliance program is designed to keep your business safe from evolving threats.
Here's how we do it:
Intrusion Detection and Reporting
Our system doesn't just spot security risks; it stops them in their tracks. We maintain an ongoing report to help you update your security plan continuously. Stay one step ahead with our proactive approach.
Regular 3rd Party Cyber Testing and Incident Response Planning
Build trust with clients and insurers by having your defenses audited by a trusted 3rd party. We offer thorough testing and help you create incident response plans for a quick and effective reaction to security incidents.
Policy and Procedure Planning and Compliance Consulting
Stay compliant effortlessly. Our experts guide you through cybersecurity compliance, keeping you informed and aligned with industry standards. Focus on your business while we take care of the rest.
Empower your team to be the first line of defense. Our training covers everything from recognizing malicious actors to safe internet and social media use. Equip your team with the skills to handle cybersecurity challenges confidently.
What Kinds of Compliance Regulations might your business fall under?
Ontario, Canada businesses are subject to various data compliance laws and regulations. Some are global, some are federal, and some are province specific.
Some data compliance mandates include:
Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA): PIPEDA is a federal privacy law that applies to private-sector organizations engaged in commercial activities. It governs the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information.
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA): FIPPA applies to public-sector organizations in Ontario, including government agencies, municipalities, and other public bodies. It regulates the collection and protection of personal information held by these organizations.
Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA): PHIPA applies to the health sector in Ontario and governs the collection, use, and disclosure of personal health information. It is particularly relevant to healthcare providers, insurers, and other organizations handling health data.
Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL): CASL regulates the sending of commercial electronic messages, including emails and text messages. It also covers the installation of computer programs on others' devices.
Ontario's Consumer Protection Act (CPA): While not specifically a data protection law, the CPA includes provisions related to the protection of consumer personal information in commercial transactions.
Digital Privacy Act: This is an amendment to PIPEDA that introduced additional requirements for the reporting of data breaches and enhanced consent provisions.
Not-for-Profit Corporations Act (ONCA): For not-for-profit organizations in Ontario, compliance with this act is essential. It includes provisions related to the handling of personal information.
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS): If your business processes credit card transactions, compliance with PCI DSS is crucial. It sets security standards to protect cardholder data and ensure secure payment card transactions.
Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Standards: These standards, established by the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, focus on securing critical infrastructure sectors such as energy, communications, and transportation.
Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA): CISA encourages the sharing of cybersecurity threat information between private entities and the government to enhance overall cybersecurity.
Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre (CCIRC): CCIRC provides guidance and resources to help organizations in Canada prevent, detect, and respond to cybersecurity threats.
Digital Service Standard for the Ontario Public Service: If your business interacts with the Ontario government or provides digital services to the public sector, compliance with the Digital Service Standard may be required.
If you are looking for managed compliance services in Ontario, let's have a quick call
Quick 15 Min Chat
No obligation to work with us after the call
When you schedule a Discovery Call with Attitude IT, we'll have a quick phone conversation about your organization. We will ask questions to understand your company's objectives, challenges, and current IT environment. Why? Because data compliance is the policies, procedures, and security frameworks surrounding your information technology.
Expect high-level questions about your IT infrastructure, including hardware, software applications, networking setup, and data storage. This helps us gauge the complexity and scope of your environment, ensuring we can provide relevant solutions. We'll also talk about how you're currently handling cybersecurity and any data compliance regulations you fall under.
When the phone call is over, it will be clear whether we are a right fit for each other. If it looks like we are, great! We can schedule a second call or on-site visit to do a more thorough assessment of your security and IT infrastructure.
To schedule your call, just fill out the form on this page. We hope to speak with you soon.