NIST 800 53
Security Controls and Procedures for Systems and Organizations
NIST 800-53, Revision 4 provides a more holistic approach to information security and risk management by providing organisations with the breadth and depth of security controls necessary to fundamentally strengthen their information systems and the environments in which those systems operate — contributing to systems that are more resilient in the face of cyber attacks and other threats.
Privileged account abuse presents one of today’s most critical security challenges. Uncontrolled access by insiders or even contractors to these accounts leaves an organisation vulnerable to data leaks and cyber-attacks – ultimately causing irreparable damage to both the business and its’ reputation.
Which NIST 800-53, Revision 4 controls can Osirium compliment?
We mapped Osirium to the NIST 800-53, Revision 4 in relation to Privilege Users and we identified that we could address the following controls;
Awareness and Training
Audit and Accountability
Identification and Authentication
System and Services Acquisition
System and Communication Protection
System and Information Integrity
Please contact us directly for a breakdown on how we addressed all these sections in NIST 800-53.