Centraleyes announces the addition of NIST 800-53 to its extensive framework library.
NIST 800-53 was created to provide federal agencies with standards and guidelines for protecting and managing their information security systems, as well as to ensure the security of citizens’ private data.
It applies to both federal organizations and non-federal organizations. The regulations apply to any component of an information system that stores, processes or transmits federal data.
Centraleyes uses the NIST 800-53 as the backbone of its control inventory, creating the ability to share controls across multiple frameworks by advanced control mapping.
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Private-sector businesses and organizations are also advised to adhere to NIST 800-53. It is widely regarded as a roadmap for all organizations seeking to develop, improve, and maintain their information security practices, as well as a solid guide for SMB enterprises.
Complying with NIST 800-53 and other best standards within the Cybersecurity Framework will also assist organizations in improving compliance with other programs and regulations such as PCI DSS, GDPR, HIPAA, FISMA, FedRAMP, and many others.
Centraleyes delivers streamlined, automated data collection and analysis, prioritized remediation guidance and real-time customized scoring to meet the NIST 800-53 framework for companies who chose to use this as a risk framework, and for those who want to prepare for full compliance with NIST 800-53.
Centraleyes has mapped NIST 800-53 back to its control inventory, allowing to share data across multiple frameworks through the platform, which creates time savings, money savings and more accurate data. The platform provides an integrated NIST 800-53 questionnaire and an automatic actionable remediation plan for bridging relevant gaps.
Learn more: https://www.centraleyes.com/nist-sp-800-53/