NIST-800

Mandated by the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) of 2002, NIST created the special publication 800-53 to provide guidelines on security controls for Federal Information Systems. Upon approval as FIPS 200-expected late in 2005-all systems at civilian federal agencies, with the exception of systems designed for national security, must comply with the security controls detailed within the document. To comply with FIPS 200, the IT departments of these organizations must implement strategies and processes to:

  • Assure service levels, policy compliance and appropriate risk management
  • Secure all assets and services

  • Reduce the cost and complexity of heterogeneous IT infrastructure management

STEALTH – ISS® Inc. can help you address the key focal areas specified within NIST 800:

NIST SP 800-48

Wireless Network Security: 802.11, Bluetooth, and Handheld Devices

NIST SP 800-35

Guide to Information Technology Security Services

NIST SP 800-42

Guideline on Network Security Testing

NIST SP 800-50

Building an Information Technology Security Awareness and Training Program

NIST SP 800-34

Contingency Planning Guide for Information Technology Systems

NIST SP 800-41

Guidelines on Firewalls and Firewall Policy

NIST SP 800-44

Guidelines on Securing Public Web Servers

NIST SP 800-45

Guidelines on Electronic Mail Security

NIST SP 800-47

Security Guide for Interconnecting Information Technology Systems

NIST SP 800-53

Recommended Security Controls for Federal Information Systems

NIST SP 800-55

Security Metrics Guide for Information Technology Systems

NIST SP 800-58

Security Considerations for Voice Over IP Systems

NIST SP 800-61

Computer Security Incident Handling Guide

NIST SP 800-66

HIPAA Security Rule

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