Hackers are getting smarter every day. Cyber threats and security breaches have progressed to the point where passwords are no longer considered sufficient to protect data on any device on any network. This makes your organization vulnerable to today’s sophisticated phishing attempts and other targeted attacks. That is why the federal government now requires all contractors to comply with NIST SP 800-171 guidelines for multi-factor authentication — or risk losing their contracts! If your organization works with the federal government, setting up two factor authentication is absolutely critical to ensure your business is in compliance. Below is a list of the key requirements of this new security regulation. Read through it carefully, identify your needs, and contact us for an immediate consultation or attend an informative webinar based on your level of urgency. Don’t wait until it’s too late!
Key requirements in NIST SP 800-171 include:
Awareness and Training
Audit and Accountability
Identification and Authentication
System and Communications Protection
System and Information Integrity
*UCTI – Unclassified Controlled Technical Information
You can request a complete eBook available upon request that focuses on some of the most complicated parts of the mandate – and how multi-factor authentication (MFA) and Privileged Access Management (PAM) offer a comprehensive but cost-effective path to complying with these aspects of NIST SP800-171. Please contact us today for a complete copy of this documentation, attend an informative webinar reviewing these requirements or a request a brief consultation from our experienced team of security experts to be sure you stay compliant.
With over 40 years of combined industry experience, AdvantIDge has been helping institutions around the world create secure, cost-effective identity management solutions featuring easy-to-use secure access control systems. As one of the top value added resellers for HID Global, the industry’s most respected security manufacturer, AdvantIDge is committed to ensuring that every client receives the right ID products for their specific needs. Contact us today to set up a private consultation or attend a webinar to learn about your options to comply with NIST SP 800-171 and receive a new level of service in your experience with a security provider!