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The National Institute of Standards and Technology is a step closer to publishing its fourth version of one of its premier information security guides - Special Publication 800-53: Security and Privacy Controls for Federal Information Systems and Organizations. 5, issued the final public draft of the guidance, seeking comments from the public as it finalizes the final version of SP 800-53 Rev. "This is by far the most extensive update to our control catalog since it was first published in 2005," says Ron Ross, the NIST computer scientist who heads the initiative that's revising the guidance."We received and responded to several thousand comments from across the federal government, industry and academia during the initial public comment period and have greatly increased the cybersecurity toolset for our customers as a result." See Also: Vulnerability Management with Analytics and Intelligence Ross says the revised guide supports NIST's strategy of "build it right, then continuously monitor," and its security and privacy controls furnish the needed tools to implement effective, risk-based, information security programs, capable of addressing sophisticated threats.
Major changes in Revision 4 include: Ross says NIST guidance facilitates the significant transformation underway on how organizations authorize their IT systems securely.Chabrow, who oversees ISMG's Gov Info Security and Info Risk Today, is a veteran multimedia journalist who has covered information technology, government and business.He's the former top editor at the award-winning business journal CIO Insight and a long-time editor and writer at Information Week. For international shipments tendered for Fed Ex International Next Flight, Fed Ex International First, Fed Ex International Priority Freight, Fed Ex International Broker Select, Fed Ex International Priority Direct Distribution, Fed Ex International Mail Service, Fed Ex International Economy, and Fed Ex International Economy Freight, please see the applicable Service Guide, Terms and Conditions, and/or tariffs for these services. EDITION The following pages contain the Fed Ex Express Terms and Conditions applicable to Fed Ex International Priority from the U. to selected international destinations and between Puerto Rico and the United States, including, but not limited to, any such items tendered and utilizing Fed Ex customer automation, manifests, Government Bills of Lading, air waybills and thermal air waybills.These Terms and Conditions include terms regarding the importation and customs clearance of shipments into the U. If there is a conflict between these Fed Ex Express Terms and Conditions and the terms and conditions on any Fed Ex air waybill or other transit documentation, these Terms and Conditions (or any subsequent Addendums and/or supplements) will control to the extent they are not in conflict with the rules relating to liability for international carriage established by the Warsaw Convention or any applicable tariff.
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"Near real-time risk management and the ability to design, develop and implement effective continuous monitoring programs depends first and foremost on the organization's ability to develop a strong information technology infrastructure, in essence, building stronger, more resilient information systems using system components with sufficient security capability to protect core missions and business functions," Ross says.
"The security and privacy controls in this publication, along with the flexibility inherent in the implementation guidance, provide the requisite tools to implement effective, risk-based, information security programs capable of addressing sophisticated threats," he says.
Comments on the final draft revision should be sent by March 1 to [email protected]
Revisions to SP 800-53 are being developed by the Joint Task Force Transformation Initiative Interagency Working Group with representatives from the federal intelligence community, departments of Defense and Commerce, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Committee on National Security Systems.