: 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.
Meet regulations and comply to standards. Empower your organization to proactively reduce cyber risk
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|CyberStrong for DFARS &
NIST SP 800-171
|CyberStrong Platform NIST
|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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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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With the rise of cyber attacks on both public and private enterprises, companies are putting more energy into protecting our information from threats. Due to the DFARS flow-down clause, prime contractors have to be compliant throughout their supply chains. Thus, prime contractors are beginning to send surveys to their supply chains and subs questioning their compliance.
Fifth Domain Cyber just published an article written by CyberSaint CEO, George Wrenn. Here are a few key ways in which defense contractors can properly prepare themselves to achieve full compliance with DFARS & NIST SP 800-171.
The 2017 HIMSS Cybersecurity Survey indicates healthcare organizations are prepared for cyberattacks and data breaches more than ever before, and certainly much more than expected. Here's why.
Rick Tracy, CSO of Telos Corporation and Matt Barrett, Program Manager of the Cybersecurity Framework (NIST), talked about DFARS NIST SP 800-171 and NIST CSF impacts on public and private organizations.
As technology becomes more available and integrated into our daily lives and businesses, it is important that we are aware of the vulnerabilities. It’s time for businesses to be proactive about their cybersecurity approach
As organizations begin their journey to comply with the NIST Framework, more and more of them are implementing multi-factor authentication (MFA) to protect their digital infrastructure and putting complex passwords aside.
What are the requirements? Who came up with it? Does my organization have to comply?
DoD contractors, large and small, race to comply to NIST SP 800-171 or lose government business. “Our upcoming cybersecurity workshops will be informative and useful for everyone—especially businesses interested in DoD contracts, and for those without a cybersecurity plan.”
At 900 controls, the NIST CSF is also the most complex framework to implement. Industry leaders have been quick to integrate the NIST CSF, with great results. Now there is a way to reap the benefits of the NIST CSF without getting lost in the complexity of its controls.
The fact that defense contractors are required to comply with NIST SP 800-171 no later than December 31, 2017 is not new, however, many small defense contractors are worried about their ability to comply. Is your organization on the road to compliance?