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FISMA


FISMA

 

To protect the government information, its valuable assets, and operations from cyber-threats, The U.S government in 2002, introduced legislation defining a framework called the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA). All the agencies of the United States federal government must comply with the Act. It applies to the following group of agencies:

  • Federal Agencies
  • State Agencies
  • Private Sector Contractors
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Benefits of Complying with FISMA

 

  • More Security
  • More Control of data
  • Agency Confidence

An in-depth approach to IT security is required to protect against various vulnerabilities and threats. A dedicated FISMA compliance team at MatinQ helps your organization to conduct a deep analysis and address the potential IT risk, threat vectors, including advanced persistent threats or APTs. We have been helping a number of agencies for years to comply with FISMA.

 

How we help you

 

  • Maintain an Inventory of Information Systems
  • Categorize them
  • Refine controls using a risk assessment procedure
  • Maintain a system Security Plan with the controls
  • Implement Security Controls
  • Assess its effectiveness
  • Conduct Risk Assessments and determine agency risk-levels
  • Continuously Monitoring the security controls

 

Our Approach

 

  • Controlling Application
  • Controlling Device
  • Manage Patch
  • Security Reporting