Reciprocity Across Multiple Frameworks: The Impossible Dream?
In an age when organizations must verify compliance with multiple security frameworks, reciprocity is a key component for cutting costs and saving time. But is reciprocity possible when dealing with the frameworks and standards most commonly used by the federal government and their suppliers, such as NIST CSF, RMF, and SP 800-171?
This issue is addressed in the on-demand webinar Reciprocity Across Multiple Frameworks by Telos compliance experts Gianna Price and Milica Green. Scope is key when it comes to reciprocity in these frameworks, as you will learn in this presentation that covers the following topics:
- What are the similarities and differences between the different frameworks?
- Where do they apply in the enterprise – at the organization, process, or technical level?
- Challenges in addressing reciprocity
- When and how reciprocity can be used in certain frameworks
Why you should watch this on-demand webinar.
For organizations implementing NIST CSF or undergoing assessments for NIST RMF, NIST SP 800-171, FedRAMP, and the newly announced CMMC, it may be tempting to turn to reciprocity when it seems that the underlying controls appear to be so similar. However, those who choose to venture down that path may find it’s not as simple as it seems. This webinar will provide you with the baseline of information you need to understand the issues involved so you can consider leveraging reciprocity as part of your cyber risk management and compliance strategy.
Milica Green joined Telos in June 2017, and serves as a Compliance Subject Matter Expert. She is a skilled cybersecurity and compliance professional experienced in information systems certification and accreditation and information technology security. At Telos, Milica provides expert support, analysis, research, and advice into complex compliance problems in support of the Xacta application. She applies domain knowledge in effort to translate functional needs into technical security solutions.
Milica is a certified Amazon Web Services (AWS) Solutions Architect and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Leadership from the George Mason University.
Gianna Price joined Telos in 2018 as an Xacta® solutions architect and serves as a cybersecurity subject matter expert. She is a skilled specialist with 17 years of experience – 15 of which she spent in Department of Defense information assurance and cybersecurity. Gianna works directly with customers, providing expertise in cybersecurity program development, the NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF) and their implications in operational environments.