i2 ACT - Cyber Security is an every changing problem that often results in dire consequences in terms of reputation and financial liability if not done properly.
Do you know which regulations apply to your industry, to your business?
Do your people know what regulations and practices they must follow on a daily basis?
Do you know what to protect, what hardware or software you need, what security measure you must plan for?
The amount of regulations and guidelines for cyber security is fairly robust.We find that most executive leadership and information technology leadership do not have the time or resources to research, plan, and implement good cyber security practices and documentation.
Imprimis, Inc. developed the Assessment and Compliance Tool (ACT) suite of products as an easy way to navigate the regulations, document your progress, and prepare for internal and external audits.Each tool contains a variety of regulations specific to an industry.Currently, we have tools for NERC, DFARS, and FISMA regulations.We align our products with guidelines from NIST, DHS, and other leading cyber security organizations.
Compliance Tool Main Menu
This example of the main menu provides tools for both Guidance and Assessment compliance.
The Guidance tools access to the NIST controls for reference, the baseline Guidance for FIPS compliance, a quick FIPS categorization helper, and the DFAR Guidance for reference.
The assessment tool selects and tailors a baseline, IAW FIPS guidance, or the DFAR and conducts assessments.
The Security and Assurance Controls for NIST 800-53 includes all required content for quality assurance.
Choose & Tailor Baselines
FIPS users may select from the appropriate system category
This compliance tools identifies which fields are required by selected baseline, change rational needs to be documented, identifies source of required controls, allows tailoring by adding/removing controls, and show all controls.
This compliance tool allows the user to conduct an assessment. Each control is evaluated for compliance, supporting documents may be attached, controls can be limited, and the assessment is attributable to the SME.
Example of Printable Reports
The ACT Tool allows users to generate printed versions of requirements to allow pre-assessment data gathering.
Example of Final Assessment Report
This example displays and overall report of a completed assessment.