In today's edition of Tenable's State and Local Government Video Blog Series, we discuss how IRS 1075 (FTI) and CJIS Security compliance can help organizations reduce cost, create resource efficiencies and improve your ability to close the cyber exposure gap.
Most state and local governments and organizations face a constantly changing compliance landscape, and often must adhere to multiple regulatory compliance standards, each with their own set of requirements for handling sensitive information.
Two important requirements that state and local jurisdictions must pay attention to are:
- IRS Publication 1075 – Tax Information Security Guidelines for Federal, State, and Local Agencies, 2016 edition (FTI)
- Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Security Policy version 5.7
In today’s video blog, Steve Smith, Business Development Executive for Tenable discusses these compliance regulations with Kent Dyer, Tenable SLG Sales Engineer. The two share their guidance on how Tenable can help organizations fulfill requirements for meeting and demonstrating compliance, while also saving time when facing required audits. More importantly, the same solution can provide a platform for assessing and managing cyber risk and closing the cyber exposure gap.
Deploying Tenable.sc across the environment can provide cost savings, resource efficiencies and better visibility into risk and cyber exposure across the enterprise – both meeting and exceeding compliance requirements.
- Download the whitepaper to learn more about how Tenable can help state and local government agencies meet many of the technical requirements of these standards.