We assess and document compliance to:

  1. H.I.P.A.A.

  2. Sarbanes-Oxley (SoX)

  3. Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)

  4. Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard

  5. N.I.S.T SP 800-30

  6. I.S.O. 27001/I.S.O. 17799

  7. SAS 70

  8. FERPA

  9. FISMA

  10. NERC

  11. 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 mission impact
  • 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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