Six Critical Elements to Achieve Economies in FISMA Compliance

Six Critical Elements to Achieve Economies in FISMA Compliance A FISMA compliance approach that relies on a manual and labor-intensive process can produce mountains of paper and electronic documents that no one can organize and make sense of. Such a compliance strategy results in overwhelming confusion where the assumption is that everything is in place because personnel are too busy to make sense of it all: that is, until things break down and all the fingers are pointed at the agency. By implementing approaches and solutions to automate the monitoring of information systems for changes, vulnerabilities, and controls to validate that the agency is staying within its defined boundaries in the SSP, agencies and contractors can streamline reporting processes, improve overall security and reduce the overall burden of FISMA compliance.

Read this whitepaper to learn the six critical elements agencies should keep in mind in order to reduce the burden of FISMA compliance, while achieving greater control and security.




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