What is NIST 800-171, what does it mean for you, & how can ISMS.online help?
Protecting controlled unclassified information (CUI)
Clause 252.204.7012 in the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Special Publication 800-171 states that federal contractors and some subcontractors must follow the controls that specify the set up of IT systems and policies in relation to unclassified information.
If you are a contractor who holds US federal government information on non-federal systems, it is understandable that the governments would want to standardise the cyber and information security, and data protection defences of those contractors.
The NIST Cyber Security Framework – What does it involve and how can ISMS.online help?
Improving your critical infrastructure cyber security
The National Institute of Standards and Technology in the USA has produced a framework to help organisations align their cyber security defence planning, and protect the infrastructure from being compromised by the threat of cyber crime.
NIST Cyber Security gives private sector organisations a framework of policies to help prevent attacks from cyber criminals, as well as detect and respond to ones that do gain access. In the video below, the National Institute of Standards and Technology explain more about the original aim of the NIS framework, and the standards, guidelines and best practices behind it.
ISMS.online can provide you with a platform to get you on the way to achieving the standard.
Each section of NIST Cyber_security”>Cyber Security is detailed in the secure platform, which makes it easy to follow. This cuts down on your workload, costs and the stress of not knowing if you have done everything right.
ISMS.online can provide you with a framework to get you on the way to certification.
Each chapter of the NIST 800-171 certification is found in the NIST requirements project area of the ISMS.online platform. Work through each stage until complete, then use ISMS.online to continue the .