NIST 800-53 Compliance Services

What is NIST 800-53?

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a non-regulatory U.S. Commerce Department agency. 800-53 specifies the Security and Privacy Controls for Federal Information Systems and Organizations. NIST 800-53 is a requirement for federal government agencies that transmit federal information or otherwise handle sensitive agency and citizen data. NIST 800-53 provides a set of controls to architect and manage information security systems for these organizations. While it isn’t a requirement for private-sector businesses and companies, NIST 800-53 compliance provides a valuable framework for information security best practices. Compliance can ensure that the basic principles of data security such as mapping data and permissions, managing access control, and monitoring data, file activity, and user behavior are present in your organization’s security program.

Build a Security Program that Goes Beyond Compliance

Work with an experienced team and our proven methodology.

NIST 800-53 Compliance with the Experts

Gap Assessments and Current State

We’ll evaluate your current security environment against the security standards and requirements specified in NIST 800-53 to identify gaps that need to be addressed.

Strategic Roadmap

Once we understand your environment, we’ll develop a unique roadmap for your organization to comply with the applicable best practices and security requirements.

Implementation

Experts are available to support the implementation of the required policies and processes your organization needs for compliance and effective security.

Maintenance and Management

Security doesn’t stop with compliance. Our team can manage and maintain your security program processes after they’ve been implemented.

Benefits

Show potential business partners and existing clients that you take your security program and their confidential data seriously and increase your potential business opportunities.

Strong Security Foundation

Establish the policies and procedures according to information security best practices that you need to build an effective security program.

Establish Trust

Demonstrate your dedication to information security and privacy for your current clients and partners, as well as prospects to differentiate you in the market.

Prepare for the Future

Build a program that focuses on security so your organization can adapt and comply with other regulatory requirements like HIPAA and FISMA.