Compliance Consultancy

Meet compliance and regulation requirements.

Keep up with regulatory compliance standards.

From review to certification, our experts help your organisation identify risks, create a plan to mitigate risks, and meet GDPR and NIST compliance standards.

Keep up with regulatory compliance standards.

Does your organisation need Compliance Consultancy?

Does your organisation need Compliance Consultancy?

  • All businesses must meet the standards set forth by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which can often be difficult due to the ever-changing cyber security landscape. Though you may be compliant at one point, new viruses and hacking methods can quickly make your organisation non-compliant and vulnerable to risks.

  • Our experts test your network against the GDPR standards, as well as the internationally recognized NIST Cyber Security (CSF) Framework, to ensure that there are no gaps or vulnerabilities that might make your organisation non-compliant.

  • Our experts review and advise remediation of any compliance gaps or vulnerabilities so that you can continue running business as usual.

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Our Process

Our Compliance Consultancy services allow you to customise your cyber security consultancy to meet your organisation’s specific needs. You can choose to focus on either the NIST Cyber Security Framework or the GDPR regulation during our consultation.

Gaia has well proven methods and processes that will test your current system against the 20 CIS Security Controls that are the foundations of the NIST Cyber Security (CSF) Framework.

Our Process

Then, we complete the security work required to ensure that your system complies with this framework.

Alternatively, if you wished Gaia to test against the current GDPR regulations and make the appropriate changes, this can be undertaken as the project or as an additional project to the NIST CSF work.

What happens next?

What happens next?

  • Once we have tested your system, Gaia’s highly trained Security Engineers will then provide you with a RAG (red, amber, green) Report that will show you the weaknesses (red), areas that need improvement (amber) and strengths (green) as well as an overall assessment.

  • Gaia will then undertake, with your permission, the security work necessary to provide full security against your chosen framework on a per day rate. Lastly, Gaia will provide you with a report confirming all security consultancy work that has been undertaken.

  • Gaia will provide your organisation with a half-day Security Awareness Training Program that will assist your staff in ensuring your organisation remains compliant to your chosen framework.

Added peace of mind, without inconvenience.

At all times Gaia will work with your technical staff and strive to be as unobtrusive as possible. The delivery process should be a non-intrusive process and should not affect your business flow. Gaia will work in the background, ensuring that all installations are handled appropriately and in a timely manner. The half-day training can be scheduled at the end of the installation to ensure that your newly secure ICT infrastructure is providing an extra layer of security to your organisation as quickly as possible.

Added peace of mind, without inconvenience.

Why Gaia?

Though your organisation may comply with international regulations, your network is vulnerable to new and innovative hacking practices that often outpace cyber security efforts.

Our Compliance Consultancy will alert you to these gaps and help you remedy them. Gaia provides a full Managed Security Service Provision (MSSP) that allows your system to remain secure with our continuous monitoring and responding to all threats to your network as they arise.

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NIST Cyber Security Framework

This framework guides organisations on how to improve their abilities to detect, prevent and respond to security attacks and threats at a high level.


  • The NIST framework integrates common industry standards for processes and methods used to assess and manage secure technical infrastructure. It also provides a common language that allows staff at all levels within an organisation to develop a shared understanding of the organisation’s cyber security risks.

  • Within this framework, the Center for Internet Security (CIS) has produced a 20 point framework to protect organisations from cyber attacks. It is against this internationally understood and utilised framework that Gaia will test your current ICT infrastructure.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

GDPR supersedes the UK Data Protection Act 1998, and has a significant and wide-reaching scope, bringing a 21st century approach to data protection. It expands the rights of individuals to control how their personal data is collected and processed, and places a range of new obligations on organisations to be more accountable for data protection. It is law within the EU and any organisation undertaking business within or with a EU organisation must also adhere to its requirements.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Defence in Depth

As part of the Gaia Defence in Depth strategy, we dedicate an entire layer of security to complying with internationally utilised security controls, methods and processes.

Defence in Depth
We will create the best package for your organisation and budget.

Our experts will ensure that a careful review of your current ICT system will be undertaken followed by the required installations, configurations, operations and changes needed to help your organisation meet compliance.

We will create the best package for your organisation and budget.

Gaia’s cyber security solutions will ensure that your organisation adheres to either the NIST Cyber Security Framework’s 20 point framework or the GDPR. This security work may involve one or more of the following:


  • Upgrading software versions

  • Patching current software

  • Upgrading or even installing firewalls

  • Upgrading virus protection

  • Upgrading server and/or network configurations

  • Upgrading server and/or network software

  • Protecting endpoints of the network

  • Removing software or hardware that compromises security

  • Installing Asset Inventory software

  • Installing Network Live Auditing software

  • Suggesting changes to security procedures as needed