The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) created Special Publication 800-171 to help protect Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). The responsibility of federal agencies to protect and ensure the control of CUI does not change when such information is shared with non-federal partners.
The specific requirements for safeguarding CUI in non-federal systems and organizations are derived from the authoritative federal standards and guidelines to maintain a consistent level of protection. NIST is a non-regulatory government agency tasked with creating recommendations to improve the global competitiveness of science and technology companies. NIST offers insight into future US legislative directions as the international community seeks to standardize information security standards. Understanding the NIST standards and aligning the security controls to them may be the first step toward meeting potential regulatory deadlines quickly.
What You’ll Learn:
- NIST 800-171 Background
- What Is Controlled Unclassified Information?
- Security Requirements Families
- Is there a NIST 800-171 Certification?
- CUI Best Practices
What You’ll Get:
- Unlimited access to the course for a year
- Easy to follow training materials
- Key disease control fundamentals
- Certificate of completion
- Portal access for compliance officer to manage staff training
- Suppliers to Federal Agencies
- Suppliers to State Agencies
- Public Health Departments
- Research Organizations
- Federal-funded agencies
databrackets certified privacy and security professionals can help your organization comply with the requirement in a most efficient and cost-effective way. Check out our NIST Security Risk Assessments.
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