How to comply in a regulation-heavy world

Organizations are moving towards cloud / digital records. Governments are creating and updating new compliance and regulations as a result of everyone’s personal data being safe and secure.

The digital landscape is changing rapidly

And this is no small task. Global data center traffic is expected to triple and by 2021, it is estimated to be 20.6 zettabytes a year. One zettabyte is equal to one trillion gigabytes. This equates to 36,000 years of watching HD video, or streaming the entire list of Netflix more than 3,000 times. Or, in more visual terms, if gigabyte was your cup of morning tea, a zetabyte would be the Great Wall of China.

We have already seen this in the UK with changes in the Data Protection Act and the advent of GDPR. In addition, there are potentially hundreds of other rules that you have to meet. And it is not only to work locally in the UK, but also to work in Europe or the rest of the world.

Mix that with the shift to cloud computing, the speed of change, and the cost of not meeting these regulatory requirements. You can potentially spend a lot of time managing compliance and a misleading obstacle course of rules.

How Microsoft can help Microsoft

We have more than 200 data centers globally, rigorous technical and business processes to comply with many formal standards such as ISO, Cloud Security Alliance, NISAA Information Assurance Framework, HIPA, SOC1 and SOC2. Are subject to engineering. , And many more.

Ensuring compliance is not a task, it means annual audits that take time and resources. Therefore we have a specialized organization whose full-time work is to manage these continuous audits. This powerful team is working with you, behind the scenes, which means that you are not spending all your time using precious resources.

Microsoft works hard to ensure this compliance. Built-in security takes these rules and automatically replicates them in your digital infrastructure. It also extends to your third party companies.

Seva Trust Portal

The Service Trust Portal provides tools, content and other resources about Microsoft’s security, compliance and privacy practices. This is where you can find third-party audits on our online services. Additionally, you can get more information on how we can help you track compliance

compliance Manager

Compliance Manager makes it easy for you to track organization compliance in your cloud services. The dashboard makes it easy to remain compliant by providing you with an ongoing risk assessment and actionable insights on how you can improve in an easy to navigate way. You can track, record and assign compliance activities. This makes your compliance journey easier. This means that your employees can spend even more important time for your business. 4

Design compliance

Being obedient is as important as being safe. However, due to constant changes and updates to the rules, it can sometimes seem more challenging. But ensuring that you are compliant is good for your reputation and builds customer confidence. Therefore, it is an important thing to consider with your cyber security health. By building in safety and compliance by design, we make it easy for you to meet the difficult rules you are facing on a day to day basis.

Listen carefully to the person speaking until they understand

Hearing is an active process that you do to ensure that you understand what the speaker is saying. It is also important to respond appropriately to what they are saying.

Be fair while listening. Remember that a natural part of speaking involves stagnation, so leave any questions, explanations or comments until the speaker has finished. Use verbal and non-verbal cues to show to listen actively.

Do not forget to take advantage of technology. Both Skype and PowerPoint now have live captions and subtitles. This will make it easier for those who are hard of hearing, in a noisy office, or to actively speak or speak another language.

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