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Vivian Lee

Do I Need Compliance Framework?

If you’re a business owner and you’re unsure of if you need compliance frameworks or not, the simple answer is yes, you do.

From NIST to ISO, SOC to RAMP, these frameworks are there to aid your company by preventing impulsive decision-making based solely on marketing or sales pitches. While not all frameworks are mandatory, companies can choose to embrace them to meet customer expectations and satisfaction.

To learn more about why your company should have a compliance framework, take a look at our podcast with Semper Sec.

Undeniably, cyber compliance frameworks for businesses can be complex, but Airiam and Semper Sec are partnering up to simplify compliance for you!

Semper Sec

Semper Sec, founded in 2017 by Rob Carson, is a company dedicated to simplifying and tailoring security compliance for businesses, ensuring practicality and enabling competitive advantage. With a team comprised of experienced ex-CIOs and CISOs, Semper Sec serves a diverse range of clients including Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs), Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Providers, Government Contractors, and Non-Profit Organizations.

Their mission revolves around recognizing the significance of security compliance in achieving business success. As a trusted advisor, they leverage their hands-on information security experience to guide small to mid-sized businesses through critical compliance certification processes.

Partnered with Airiam, we aim to help our clients become cyber resilient, and that starts with educating them about the technology they use and how to protect it.

Simplify Compliance Webinar

Cyber compliance can be complex, but to break it down into key points, here are a few things you should consider:

  • Understand the regulations
  • Assess your risks
  • Develop a cybersecurity policy
  • Implement security measures
  • Secure data storage
  • Train employees
  • Conduct regular audits
  • Monitor and respond to incidents
  • Vendor management
  • Maintain documentation

Focusing on the first point, Semper Sec and Airiam are hosting three webinars to simplify compliance frameworks for you. Presented by Art Ocain and Rob Carson, take a look below to see the frameworks they’ll cover.


In our first webinar, we covered RAMPs, or Risk Authorization and Management Programs. The three we focused on were FedRAMP, TX-RAMP, and StateRAMP. From common concerns to minimums needed for RAMP, Art and Rob answered commonly asked questions about RAMP. We were able to view a timeline of a sample FedRAMP LI-SaaS, review equivalency levels, and more.

Take a look below at our recording of the webinar!

You can also download our slide deck with this link.


In our next Simplify Compliance webinar, we’ll be taking a look at SOC (Security Operations Center) and ISO (International Organization for Standardization). In this webinar, we will be specifically talking about ISO27701 and ISO27001, as well as SOC 2. Rob will break down each of these frameworks and what considerations your business should have when implementing them.

Register for this webinar with the link below!

NIST 800-171

Finally, in the last webinar of our series, Art and Rob will tackle NIST 800-171.

Register for this webinar with the link below!

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