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The intent of the manual is to explain the standards that must be in place for accreditation of industry information systems. The updated version introduces a new baseline security configuration. Configuration changes such as password length, lockouts, etc. Therefore, updating to the new configuration must be considered for reaccreditation.

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The intent of the manual is to explain the standards that must be in place for accreditation of industry information systems. The updated version introduces a new baseline security configuration. Configuration changes such as password length, lockouts, etc. Therefore, updating to the new configuration must be considered for reaccreditation.

ISSMs may continue to add workstations to a pre-existing accredited system if the workstations are configured to the previously approved settings and the system profile is properly updated in the appropriate areas. Two limitations may apply. They will, however, need to implement the requirements or templates at their three-year reevaluation, or if a reaccreditation is necessary due to a security relevant change.

The onsite validation step may be waived and the system will go straight to ATO as long as the desktop review is satisfactory and there are no additional security relevant changes to the system. If an ISSM demonstrates the ability to configure an operating system to the new guidelines in a closed area, then it is not necessary for the ISSP to validate the same operating system in each environment.

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NISPOM Change 2 Deadlines Coming for Cleared Contractors

Please contact customerservices lexology. Although cleared contractors are already obligated to protect classified information to which they have access, these changes to the NISPOM impose new requirements for contractors to implement programs that the US Government hopes will provide some ability to predict the future, i. NISPOM section requires the contractor to establish and maintain an insider threat program that will gather, integrate, and report relevant and available information indicative of a potential or actual insider threat. Therefore, in considering and implementing these new changes, cleared contractors will need to recognize the broad scope of potentially relevant factors and these broad definitions, but also develop a program that is clearly defined in scope as well as feasible and consistent with the work being performed by the contractor. Contractors will be required to self-certify to DSS that a written program plan is implemented and current. Training, job aids and best practices are available in the Insider Threat Tool Kit.

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