FIPS Compliance Consultant | Consulting Services for FIPS Publications | Highly Experienced

FLANK provides FIPS compliance and consulting services for organizations seeking assistance with the numerous publications put forth under the Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS). As for FIPS, they are essentially publicly issued standards issued by the National Institute for Standards and Technology – known simply as NIST – which is actually a “measurement standards laboratory” within the U.S. Department of Commerce. As for the FIPS publications, there are a handful of them – not nearly as many as the NIST SP 800 publications – but enough to consider spending time in gaining a greater understanding of their use and application.

The notable FIPS publications are FIPS 199, 200, 140, along with others, and they can be considered somewhat technical, thus implementation – and ultimately, adoption – can be time -consuming and costly. What’s needed are trusted and proven FIPS compliance consultants with years of consulting experience working with the various publications.

FIPS Compliance Consultant | Consulting Services for FIPS Publications 

Trust us for all your FIPS needs, from consulting services, to helping develop much-needed operational and information security policies and procedures. A great way to assist with developing many of these policy and procedural documents is to obtain the FLANK Global Information Security Compliance Packet (GISCP) containing hundreds of essential security templates for assisting with FIPS compliance, FISMA, NIST, and many other well-known compliance laws, regulations, and industry directives.  Learn more about our signature product, the Global Information Security Compliance Packet (GISCP), by viewing the product data sheet, along with sample documentation.

FISMA, NIST, FIPS Policy and Procedures Documents and Consulting Services

If you’re in need of FIPS compliance and consulting services, then its highly likely you’ll require assistance with FISMA and NIST. All three are joined at the hip in a certain way, as FISMA compliance ultimately depends on adherence with many of the NIST guidelines, along with incorporating FIPS as necessary. Just remember that a large part of regulatory compliance is about having documented policies and procedures in place, and there’s no better place to start than the GISCP set of documents from FLANK.  Learn more about FISMA, NIST, and FIPS at http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/CSD_DocsGuide.pdf