What is NIST SP 800-53?

What is NIST SP 800-53?

These standards are outlined in NIST’s SP-800 series of publications, including NIST SP 800-53 (also known as NIST 800-53), which outlines security controls for federal information systems and organizations and documents security controls for all federal information systems, except those designed for national security.

What is NIST and what does it do?

Among many other responsibilities, NIST creates and promotes information security standards for the federal government.

What does nistmab stand for?

NOW AVAILABLE The NIST monoclonal antibody (NISTmAb) reference material, RM 8671, is intended for use in evaluating the performance of methods for determining physicochemical and biophysical attributes of monoclonal antibodies.

What is the difference between FISMA and FedRAMP ATO?

Unlike FISMA, which requires organizations to seek an ATO from each individual federal agency, a FedRAMP ATO qualifies a cloud service provider to do business with any federal agency. Because FedRAMP ATO’s are more far-reaching, the certification process is far more rigorous.

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