Data Privacy Law Compliance & CyberSecurity Services

Today’s business climate demands your IT systems operate efficiently, are highly secure, and be compliant with a range of regulatory requirements including Nevada’s New Internet Privacy Law (SB 220) which became effective on Oct 1st 2019.

I am expert in assessing and prioritizing risks and articulating findings that are cost-effective and actionable.

My clients are professionals (e.g., lawyers, financial advisors, physicians) or small business owners (e.g, plumbing, auto repair, advertising) who have sensitive or confidential data at risk (e.g., customer PII, credit card, heath records).

I am a collaborative professional leveraging network security, privacy and compliance regulation expertise to ensure that a firm’s sensitive or confidential data are protected from unauthorized access, malicious software or ransomeware.

We Offer…

  • Cybersecurity Services
  • Data Privacy Law Compliance
  • Website Security
  • Ransomeware Protection
  • Safeguard Sensitive & Confidential Data
  • WiFi Network Access Security
  • Zero Trust Network Design

What Clients Have to Say about Alex…

“Alex’s expertise and superior integrity together with his great people skills has elevated our compliance initiative to a much better level. Alex has great ideas and is on the leading edge of SOX compliance.”
“Alex’s contribution… truly turned the corner of our compliance program. As an organization we have a significantly better understanding of our control environment than ever before.”
“Alex’s early guidance has paid off in that it saves us thousands and thousands of dollars and several hundreds of labor hours during audit season – a benefit we enjoy year after year.”

Alex Sotomayor, CISA

Data Privacy Law Compliance & CyberSecurity Services

As both a principal consultant and full time professional I have been successfully conducting IT compliance audits since 2004 and starting in 2018 successfully implemented enterprise data privacy compliance programs to support the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).