Compliance at Athreon
Regardless of the nature of your work, we understand that when you engage us, you often need us to support you with governmental regulations, like CJIS and HIPAA. We also understand that your corporate governance may have further requirements for suppliers as well. Athreon is sensitive to these requirements, and we are committed to supporting your compliance objectives.
We Support The Law, Client Requirements, and Industry Standards
Outsourcing demands that downstream suppliers support varying regulatory requirements and mandates to mitigate risk and adhere to best practices. At Athreon, we have compliance experts ready to work closely with you to help you with your regulatory initiatives. From participating in security reviews to undergoing specialized security training to signing documents that attest to our commitment to compliance, we’ve done it all. What’s more, as new regulations are mandated and additional requirements enter the stage, we remain agile and adjust as necessary.
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Mitigating Compliance Risks
Athreon’s Privacy Officer, Security Officer, and legal counsel mitigate risk. These individuals work together closely to help clients, Athreon, and its employees to stay vigilant against threats, seen and unseen. Additionally, we conduct regular risk assessments and continually refine and update our policies and processes, so we adhere to the latest best practices.
Cultivating Our Workforce
Much of our positive workplace culture and impact on the community is attributable to our focus on employee selection and education. Before hiring new staff members, candidates are carefully screened for their aptitude to uphold Athreon’s mission, vision, and values. Post-hire, staff members participate in continuing education efforts that support organizational best practices and mitigate risks.
Reporting Compliance Concerns
We encourage clients, vendors, employees, or anyone else with concerns about compliance or unethical practices at Athreon to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyone may report a concern without fear of reprisal. A compliance officer will address reported concerns and take the action necessary to remediate the matter.