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WipeOS supports NIST-compliant companies

Mar 1, 2022 | Blog

It seems many business leaders are not concerned with their cyber security shortcomings.

The state of cyber security is concerning, to say the least. We have all heard the complaints and seen the headlines. Some of the world’s largest companies have brought attention to concerns about their NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF).

 

Upon further inspection, the culprit seems to be the same. Time and time again, there is a non-compliant vendor or service somewhere in the chain, and as such, the CSF is compromised.

How do you begin to fix an issue where government and industry OEMS’ are compliant with failures that are a result of their own bad policies or incomplete evaluations?  It begins with NIST.

Upon further inspection, the culprit seems to be the same. Time and time again, there is a non-compliant vendor or service somewhere in the chain, and as such, the CSF is compromised.

How do you begin to fix an issue where government and industry OEMS’ are compliant with failures that are a result of their own bad policies or incomplete evaluations?  It begins with NIST.

Having a foundation for worldwide enforcement of industry standards is the best first step. This has been and continues to be the best way to improve security and create real change. When it comes to ensuring your organization is utilizing best practices it is recommended to follow NIST guidelines for CFS and verification. Working with an experienced partner and a compliant product is crucial.

WipeOS supports clients by providing various NIST-compliant wiping methods and detailed reporting. We are proud of the value we are adding to this industry through integrity and transparent documentation.

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