We assess and document compliance to:
- Sarbanes-Oxley (SoX)
- Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)
- Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard
- N.I.S.T SP 800-30
- I.S.O. 27001/I.S.O. 17799
- SAS – 70
- Safe Harbor Act
Federal Information Security Management Act(FISMA)
FISMA is the Federal Information Security Management Act. The FISMA Implementation Project was established during early 2003 in order to develop a range of crucial security guidelines and standards as required by Congressional legislation. Such publications constitute FIPS 200 and FIPS 199 together with the NIST Special Publications 800-59, 800-53, and 800-60.
The development of security guidance materials support the actual project, but this is not directly required through the FISMA legislation. These publications constitute the NIST Special Publications 800-53, 800-53A, and 800-37. The actual Computer Security Division constantly produces other security guidelines and standards to support the FISMA project.
The FISMA project aims to create the following:
- Minimum security standards for information together with information systems
- Categorical information procedures plus information system standards through
- Assessment guidelines regarding information security control systems together
with identifying the effectiveness of such security control measures
- Guidelines for determining suitable information control systems
- Guidelines for the certification together with the accreditation of actual information systems.
The FISMA project developers seek to attain the following from the aforementioned goals:
- Establishing security diligence levels for the federal agencies together with contractors which support the federal government
- Implementing risk-based and cost-effective information security control measures.
- Attaining higher consistency levels regarding workable assessment procedures for security control measures
- Coming up with higher consistency levels when it comes to the application of functional security control measures throughout the structural information technology of the Federal government
- Developing reliable and comprehensive authorizing standards for facilitators
who seek to make highly informed decisions when it comes to security accreditation
- Promoting enterprise-wide mission risk knowledge management based from
structural information system control measures.
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