RCS assesses information security vulnerabilities and risks to reduce your risks and costs.


If your organization is in a regulated industry and subject to IT security mandates such as FDIC, GLBA, HIPAA, HITECH, NCUA, OCC, or PCI DSS, you may need to undergo periodic risk assessments to identify and minimize those risks. RCS assesses information security risk vulnerabilities that helps reduce potential risks with corresponding business costs, financial theft, and data misappropriation. It is vital to your business to maintain information security controls that meet the standards set by regulators. RCS offers the extensive experience to help meet your needs.

There is no perfect security, but RCS can help you mitigate risk by identifying the areas where you get the most bang for your buck, without unduly hindering business operations.
RCS also recognizes that companies must strike a balance to minimize costs and maximize information security for greater operational efficiency.

RCS can help you identify whether specific categories of your data are secure. Special categories that you may not have considered may include the following:



Corporate Trade Secrets


Data Held By Trusted Business Partners


Employee Payroll Records


Financial Data


Patent Files


Personally Identifiable Information

Payment Card Information




Personal Heath Information


Social Media


RCS can conduct regular penetration tests to help keep your data safe.


The process of identifying security vulnerabilities in network systems or applications through the use of various “malicious” techniques is called penetration testing. Weaknesses are identified and exploited through authorized simulated attacks, often with the process repeated after IT resources attempt to resolve identified problems. The end result is improved security, and RCS provides detailed reports on our findings.

Penetration testing is demanded by our clients for reasons that may include:




Meet Regulatory And Information Security Compliance Requirements.


Assess Business Impacts Of Successful Attacks.


Demonstrate Continued Security Across Software Release Cycles.


Find And Correct Security Vulnerabilities Applications.


Secure User Data.


Enhance Marketing Efforts By Promoting Data Security Measures.