: CyberSaint Security : NIST Cybersecurity Framework Platform - DFARS/800-171
CyberSaint Security. Accelerate DFARS / NIST SP 800-171, FedRAMP & NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) adoption and monitoring to achieve cyber resilience.
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|CyberStrong for DFARS &
NIST SP 800-171
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|Rapid Scorecard Service
NIST Cyber Framework
| Defense Contractors - Comply by December 31, 2017
Establish a baseline and quickly implement your path to cyber compliance.
|Measure cybersecurity as a business function.
Improve visibility, communication, and take control. Cybersecurity management for your organization.
| We scorecard your risk posture based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework
Measure cyber posture and be able to report to management.
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Interested in Adopting the NIST Cybersecurity Framework? Measure, Mitigate, & Manage a Proactive Cyber Program.
Looming Compliance Deadline? Get Up and Running on DFARS & NIST SP 800-171 in HOURS, Not Weeks.
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It’s now an Executive Order.
The NIST Cybersecurity Framework is now a federal mandate for agencies
C-level executives are responsible and accountable for cybersecurity
Defense contractors must comply with DFARS & NIST SP 800-171 by December 31, 2017
Your business depends on it
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C-suites and boards of directors have tried, but so many have failed to meet the high standard of a robust cybersecurity program. Breaches are becoming more common, affecting many households and exposing consumer and business data. The private sector has to admit that it’s not less expensive to wait out a breach. Instead, companies must start investing in proper security controls throughout their organization at a larger scale.
The Conference of State Bank Supervisors published resources for bank executives back in 2014, that are widely accepted best practices and recommendations to be applied today. The CSBS gave examples of topics and questions that C-Level and other executives should be asking as they see cyberattacks and data breaches happening within their industry, and outside as well.
In May, Equifax, through their own negligence, suffered a major data breach that affected 140 million people with credit data and histories in their network. A few months ago, Rick Smith, CEO, was asked to resign from the company and take his $90M severance with him. How do we measure Due Care? How can we make sure that companies use Due Care to lower cyber risk?
The House unanimously approved legislation to call on the National Institute of Standards and Technology to produce guidance for small businesses on reducing cyber risk - based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.
Most, if not all, companies who deal with any amount of data asks the question at some point in their business: How do we knowwe’re secure? Nowadays, the number of cybersecurity attacks on all kinds of organizations and businesses has increased tremendously compared to just years ago. It is time to take the proactive step of measuring risk, and frameworks can help your business get there.
Although an increasing number of businesses across the United States have taken up the project of adopting the NIST Cybersecurity Framework for their vendors and suppliers, the legal community is lagging on adopting this set of best practices. Under the Obama administration, and a 2014 executive order, the NIST Cybersecurity Framework or “The Framework” was developed with collaborative input across industries focusing on critical infrastructure security. Now, the ABA is emploring law firms to be proactive with their cybersecurity programs.
Lockheed gave some interesting and informative answers to popular DFARS questions, especially one regarding questionnaires sent down the supply chain by prime contractors. The question was whether filling out this questionnaire is enough to comply, or whether it is just a means for initiating the compliance process by these larger contractors. This answer on their list is the most informative of them all.
NIST's bloggers went full FALL during October's Cybersecurity Awareness Month as they wrote about the importance of Small Businesses Cybersecurity. The article titled "Small Business Cybersecurity is Twice as Nice as Pumpkin Spice" gives a breakdown of useful strategies to lower risk.
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The National Institute of Standards and Technology released the first version of the Cybersecurity Framework back in 2015, and it was met with excitement by organizations who saw the value in running a risk-based approach. The second version draft is set to be realeased soon according to NIST.