Meeting Federal NIST 800-171 Requirements for Contractors & Others
Prepare for the December 2017 deadline now with proven controls from Tripwire.
The federal government has released new acquisition rules to protect sensitive but unclassified data when it moves to non-federal systems. This means that IT systems owned and operated by non-federal organizations will have to meet safeguarding standards as specified in NIST SP 800-171. The organizations affected can include government contractors, system integrators, state and local governments and schools.
Civilian side organizations should be prepared to meet similar stringent deadlines. Federal contracting and procurement staff should start working with vendors to ensure that new rules are understood and there is no disruption of contracts.
Tripwire's security products and experience in meeting federal security compliance programs provides a rapid way to meet and ascertain compliance to the standard. Tripwire has prepared a solution brief that can help you answer:
- What is CUI?
- How does NIST 800-171 relate to FISMA?
- How does this impact my ability to do business with the Federal government?
- What security controls are required?
Complete the form to the right to see how Tripwire can help you achieve NIST 800-171 compliance.