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Continuous compliance at scale

NIST SP 800-53 Compliance

Assure NIST SP 800-53 compliance with continuous visibility of misconfigurations and vulnerabilities.

Configuration Security: Evidence-based NIST SP 800-53 Compliance

The configuration of networks is critical to protecting the confidentiality, integrity and availability (CIA) of the most sensitive federal data, systems, and services.

Required by US government agencies for federal networks, NIST SP 800-53 controls are selected and used in a number of different risk management frameworks, including FISMA, CDM, and DISA RMF.

Our solutions are a trusted component in the vulnerability management toolsets of federal agencies for verifying that switch, router and firewall configurations remain secure and compliant.

ICON - Configuration Drift Monitoring - Enterprise

Assess for configuration drift

Gain immediate awareness of any device configuration changes, providing assurance that planned network changes have not created new vulnerabilities as well as alerting to unplanned changes.

ICON - Evidence-based compliance - Enterprise

Validate compliance with evidence

Accurately automate the assessment of up to 49 NIST SP 800-53 network controls.

ICON - Software Vulnerability Management - Enterprise

Prioritize risk for remediation

Prioritize risk by network criticality and receive device-specific guidance on how to fix misconfigurations, informing POAMs and decreasing remediation time.

Research Report

This study reveals that an average of 51 network device misconfigurations were discovered in a two-year period with 4% deemed to be critical vulnerabilities that could take down the network within the U.S. Federal Government.

Automate Compliance Reporting

Effectively manage configuration drift with NIST SP 800-53 assessments of every router, switch and firewall, on an up-to-hourly basis with Nipper Enterprise.

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Assure Continuous Compliance

Effectively manage configuration drift with NIST SP 800-53 assessments of every router, switch and firewall, on an up-to-hourly basis with Nipper Enterprise.

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Evidence CCRI Criteria is Met

Accurately report whether configurations meet DoD Control Cyber Readiness Inspection (CCRI) criteria.

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Prioritize Remediation of Exploitable Risks

Automate prioritization of misconfiguration findings with mitigating advice to inform remediation workflows, allowing you to fix NIST SP 800-53 non-compliances, in a risk-prioritized order.

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Minimize the Attack Surface

Attack Surface Management (ASM) assurance using NIST/MITRE-approved mapping of NIST 800-53 controls onto 10 of the 11 MITRE ATT&CK® Tactics for Network Infrastructure.

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Deliver Security from NIST SP 800-53 Compliance

Automate an accurate, timely, and scalable approach to NIST SP 800-53, ensuring proactive security as key to protecting agency and supply chain networks from preventable attacks.

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Continuous Network Security &
Compliance, at Scale

Nipper Enterprise delivers fast, accurate visibility of network configuration posture at scale to ensure ongoing compliance in accordance with NIST SP 800-53 requirements.

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Looking for continuous configuration assessment to:

  • Evidence compliance with NIST SP 800-53 and other controls and RMFs?

  • Minimize your attack surface?

  • Validate the security of every router, switch and firewall, everyday?