Three examples. Many more apply.
Featuring a complete, all-in-one NIST survey where the output can translate directly into an SSP, this tool saves time while documenting ongoing compliance.
Incidents happen, certain occurrences must be logged and dealt with, and instantly retrievable proof of adherence to regulatory requirements is essential.
The technical aspects of managing security have a regulatory and compliance aspect as well: the GRC app has team-based permissions to manage access.
|GRC App||GRC App Capabilities|
|NIST Assessments:||NIST 800-171 (More Coming Soon)||Interactive Compliance Charts||Output Reports to to Excel or PDF|
|Security Vendor Management:||Assign Vulnerability and Penetration Tests to Contractors||Monitor Progress With To-Do Lists and GANNT Charts, Track Resolutions, and Attach Scan Reports||Team-Based Permissions to Segment Data Access|
|Policy Documents:||Upload and Store Internal Policy Documents||Distribute Policy Documents for Internal Review and Sign-Off||Team-Based Permissions to Segment File and Directory Access|
An important matter in tracking compliance is which employee has signed off on what document(s). This aids in litigation and regulatory compliance, can assist in proving that somebody agreed to do (or refrain from doing) something, and is required by numerous, sector-specific federal regulatory requirements.