NIST 800-53

Ensure the controls supporting FedRAMP and FISMA are in place and operating properly

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) establishes the security standards, guidelines and recommended security controls for the Federal Information Systems and Organizations. NIST guidelines use a multi-tiered approach to risk management through control compliance.

NIST-800-53 is the special publication for the Security and Privacy Controls for Information Systems and Organizations. It encompasses the controls that can be used along with the risk management framework outlined in NIST 800-37.

Achieving NIST 800-53 compliance is a major milestone in achieving FedRAMP and FISMA compliance. FedRAMP is the government program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. FISMA establishes minimum security requirements for information and information systems of contractors that provide goods and services to the federal government.

Our experienced professionals can help you assess and analyze current and potential threats to your data and information systems. We can advise on implementing security processes and establish ongoing monitoring to protect against the ever-evolving threats to your data and systems.

For more information about NIST 800-53 compliance at Skoda Minotti, please complete the form below or call Ben Osbrach at 440-449-6800.

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Ben Osbrach
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Achieving NIST 800-53 compliance is a major milestone in achieving FedRAMP and FISMA compliance.

Ben Osbrach
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