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Regulatory Compliance Services

We can help you navigate the complex world of compliance frameworks such as NIST CSF, ISO 27001, PCI-DSS, GDPR, SOC (I and II)

The security landscape is continually changing, resulting in new standards that must be adhered to. When a company has to expand internationally or locally, Genese Cybersecurity assists organisations in achieving the proper level of assurance to meet regulatory and industry compliance criteria.

Our regulatory and compliance services ensure you adhere to local as well as international regulations. We offer specialised help to keep you updated on how changing regulations affect your organisation.

Cybersecurity Compliance Services at Genese Security


The Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) is a set of cybersecurity best practices and recommendations from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The CSF makes it easier to understand cyber risks and improve your defences. Organisations around the world use it to make better risk-based investment decisions.

ISO 27001:2022

 ISO/IEC 27001:2022 is the international standard for information security. It outlines the specifications for an effective Information Security Management System (ISMS). ISO 27001’s best-practice approach helps organisations manage their information security by addressing people, processes and technology. Certification to the ISO 27001 standard is recognised worldwide to indicate that your ISMS is aligned with information security best practices.


The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is an information security standard designed to reduce payment card fraud by increasing security controls around cardholder data.

The Standard is a result of a collaboration between the major payment brands and is administered by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC).


General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy in the European Union and European Economic Area. GDPR compliance means an organisation that falls within the scope of the data protection and privacy requirements for properly handling personal data as defined in the law. The GDPR outlines certain obligations organisations must follow, which limit how personal data can be used.

SOC (I and II)

System and Organization Controls 1, or SOC 1, aims to control objectives within a SOC 1 process area and documents internal controls relevant to an audit of a user entity’s financial statements.

SOC 2 (System and Organization Controls 2), pronounced “sock two,” is a voluntary compliance standard for ensuring that service providers properly manage and protect sensitive data in their care. SOC 2 offers a structure for auditing and reporting on the internal controls that an organisation has put into place to ensure the security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality and privacy of the data.

Cyber Resilience Guidelines

Cyber Resilience Guidelines was created by Nepal Rastra Bank for all Licensed Institution by Payment Systems Department (LI) in Nepal which outlines five primary risk management categories as well as three overarching components that should be addressed throughout an LI’s framework for cyber resilience.

Benefits of Regulatory Compliance


Protects against cybersecurity threats

A significant portion of regulatory compliance focuses on cybersecurity protection. Regulatory compliance guidelines can help your organisation abide by detailed and comprehensive cybersecurity solutions.

Improves business efficiency

Following regulatory compliance standards can also boost efficiency. To meet the regulatory guidelines, strategies for data organisation, storage, transmission, and archiving must be followed, which in turn improves business performance and efficiency.

Helps maintain a good reputation

Building relationships with customers and partners requires much effort and money. Customers are reassured that you are a dependable source by features like secure transactions and high-quality products.

Helps avoid consequences and fines

Failing to comply with compliance regulations can have many negative consequences like lawsuits, fines, licence revocations and jail time. A robust compliance plan allows you to avoid these consequences.

Why Genese Cybersecurity?

Highly experienced consultants

Our team of professionally trained and experienced consultants will provide you with insight into your security posture and help devise a cyber strategy.

Security First

To guarantee the security of your most important assets, go beyond merely “ticking the box.


Maintain readiness as compliance requirements change and gain an edge over other companies.

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