Companies that are working with the government (either directly or indirectly further down the federal supply chain) should be compliant with the latest NIST 800-171 mandate as of December 31, 2017.
If you are a defense or government supplier – or if you are a subcontractor selling to a government supplier – you have probably heard about the NIST 800-171 mandate. You may also be familiar with NIST 800-53 and wondered what's the difference between these two mandates.
Get Answers to Your Questions About NIST 800-171
Typical questions about NIST 800-171 compliance you may have include:
- What is NIST?
- Why have I only heard of NIST recently?
- Who needs to comply?
- Is it only manufacturers that need to comply?
- Will I be notified?
- How much will NIST 800-171 compliance cost?
- Can we do it ourselves?
- What evidence do I need to provide to show compliance?
- I thought the deadline was delayed?
- Maybe I'm already compliant?
- What if I don't comply?
- What if I've missed the deadline?
- What happens next after becoming compliant?
For answers to these and other questions that you may have about NIST compliance, check out Corserva's guide to NIST compliance.
Corserva has been in business for over 30 years and offers a large portfolio of IT and consulting services. Our team has a very strong focus on IT security assessments, including assessments for NIST 800-171 and NIST 800-53.
Corserva offers a specific program to enable companies to achieve NIST 800-171 compliance. Contact us to learn more about how you can become compliant with the NIST 800-171 mandate.