IT Compliance

Compliance sometimes overlaps with security—but the motive behind compliance is different. It is centered around the requirements of a third party, such as: industry regulations, government policies, security frameworks, and even client contractual terms. Adhering to different requirements can be tricky and the failure to follow regulations can have negative effects on your business. Unicom’s team navigates the complexities for you – because when it comes to the business of compliance – failure is not an option.

Meet third party regulatory and contractual requirements

IT Compliance as a Service

Vulnerability Management as a Service



IT Governance and Risk Management

Industry-based Requirements

IT Compliance as a Service (CaaS)

Compliance is not about checking a box or doing the bare minimum. With Unicom, IT compliance becomes an asset to your business such as bolstering your organization’s reputation and garnering new business with security-minded customers.

Vulnerability Management (VMaaS)

Vulnerability Management is all about discovering potential threats so you can remediate and respond to exposure across your organization. We help you understand how exposed your business is with routine vulnerability scanning, analysis, prioritization and reporting on both your infrastructure and applications.


Some businesses demand the same level of security and intelligence that larger organizations have but do not need to employ a full-time senior executive to fulfill these responsibilities. With Unciom, you can leverage and engage a highly-experienced vCISO or vCIO that will fill the gap when hiring full-time doesn’t make sense.


Our IT and security assessments will help you understand the overall strengths and weaknesses of your IT systems and your network. We’ll map your assets and provide methods for improving your security, systems, network design, and IT infrastructure. You’ll know how prepared you really are.

Let us help protect your business activities and make compliance a value-add while satisfying your external requirements.

IT Governance and Risk Management

Before compliance is possible, organizations need to make plans that are directed and controlled. Setting direction, monitoring developments, and evaluating outcomes are all key to effective governance.

Danger is everywhere and it needs to be recognized. Compliance requires that risks be identified, analyzed, and controlled as much as is possible.

Unciom’s governance services include: policy development and management, documentation, audit trails, version control, as well as access and privilege controls. We can even run steering committee meetings and report to the board on your IT governance.

Our risk services include management and mitigation, incident management, as well as third-party and supplier risk management.

We ensure all your policies and procedures are documented, up to date, and all in one place.

Industry-based Requirements

IT compliance ensures that you can do business with various organizations and entities upholding specific privacy standards .

As your IT compliance partner, we understand HIPAA compliance, NIST standards, ITAR regulations, CMMC questionnaires, banking audits and more.

While compliance is beneficial to businesses and customers alike – it’s often difficult to attain due to the interpretive and the complex nature of new state rules, regulations and statutes.

There’s no need to go it alone or spend hours trying to figure out how to meet your industry, customer, or market’s compliance standards and requirements. Leverage Unicom’s experience and expertise in healthcare, manufacturing and finance – some of the most highly regulated industries.

The alphabet soup defined:

HIPAA – Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act – federal law that requires national standards to protect sensitive patient health information from being disclosed without the patient’s consent or knowledge.

ITAR – International Traffic in Arms Regulations – regulations that controls the manufacture, sale, and distribution of defense and space-related articles, products and services.

NIST – National standards that are based on security best practices designed as a framework for federal agencies and programs requiring stringent security measures. Used as a framework for any size organization.

CMMC – Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification – a system of compliance levels that helps the government – specifically the Department of Defense – determine if an organization has the security in place to work with controlled or otherwise vulnerable data.

OCC – Office of the Comptroller of the Currency – the primary regulatory of banks, federal savings associations, and federal branches and agencies of foreign banks that supervise compliance with federal consumer protection laws, fair lending statutes and regulations.