FISMA and NIST 800-53 Compliance

Increasing the security posture of government agency federal networks, bureaus, departments, and their supporting entities, such as vendors and subcontractors, is the primary goal of the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), a federal statute.

Vendors and subcontractors who supply agencies with information systems must demonstrate through an annual evaluation that they comply with FISMA regulations. To gain authority to operate (ATO) and be evaluated to controls based on FIPS 199, FIPS 200, and NIST SP 800-53, this approach entails engaging directly with each agency.

Satisfy your FISMA Authorization Requirements
VLC's cost-effective FISMA assessment and advisory assistance help you fulfill your FISMA authorization requirements. Based on the control selection for the level of impact system, the method nearly takes on the NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF).

FISMA Certifications
Whether you’re contemplating to abiding by FISMA for a grant or secure protection for a Federal system we can support you through. We’ve backed companies operating into the FIPS 199 and FIPS 200 rules, formulate system security plans, elaborate plans of action and milestones (POA&Ms), controlled hazard assessments, control-map of different environments and produce autonomous security assessments. Our FISMA compliance services aid you to:
  • Efficiently handle risk by incorporating security into existing and future architectures.
  • Execute a thorough and secure compliance plan by designing an optimized roadmap.
  • Ensure that mandated policies, documentation, and processes fulfill compliance standards.
  • Comprehend the demands to plan or evaluate your solution for FISMA compliance.
  • Satisfy strict compliance measures and guarantee that a complete framework is set in place for security and risk control.

FISMA Assessment
Evaluate, examine, and check your data systems with our drilled-down testing and assessment abilities, which include the following:
  • FIPS 199 classification, FIPS 200.
  • Inspection of security controls.
  • Penetration testing.
  • Wireless and mobile safety inspections.
  • Source code checks.
  • Application, database, and tech-framework vulnerability testing and understanding of the results.
  • Authorization proposal of the system and continuous tracking.

Why VLC for FISMA approval support?
VLC has worked with multiple organizations to achieve FISMA authorization for several agencies such as the Social Security Administration, Department of Justice, General Services Administration, Health and Human Services, Department of Homeland Security, and others.

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