Continuous compliance isn’t as difficult to maintain as you might imagine. And it’s likely to save you time and money in the long run.
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The fourth (and final) part of Tugboat Logic’s security best practices guide provides recommendations on securing customers’ data and training them on security awareness and security best practices.
Part 3 of the security best practices guide teaches you how to conduct internal security tests using three tools and how to make coding a living security process. This section also explains why you should shift security left and make security awareness training a part of onboarding.
Part 2 of the security best practices guide gives you a basics checklist (e.g. set up HTTPs, keep backups of your back-ups) and best practices for finding vulns in your product. Part 2 also teaches you how to properly set up your cloud infrastructure.
Part 1 of the security best practices guide teaches you how to foster a blameless security culture, extend that culture to safeguarding customers’ data, and ensuring you have up-to-date infosec and incident response plans.
This guide will teach you best practices for implementing and scaling security at your start-up. It covers everything from operational security to giving you tips on how to ensure your customers’ data is secure.
This SOC 2 mnemonic will help you quickly recall each of the Trust Services Criteria whenever you’re discussing their respective controls with your auditor or trying to flex at a dinner party.