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Disaster Recover Planning &Federal Information Systems Management Act Requirements : Disaster Recover Planning &Federal Information Systems Management Act Requirements December 2007Central Maryland ISACA Chapter Slide 2: Samuel BowerCraft, MIS, CISA Consulting Manager Preliminary Items : Preliminary Items Ask and you shall receive. Questions? Thoughts? Focus! We will all get a break. Get coffee when you need it…I will. FISMA : FISMA Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 Places requirements on government agencies to improve the security of federal information and information systems. Who has ever done SOX work? Purpose of FISMA : Purpose of FISMA Provide a consistent framework for protecting information at the federal level. Provide effective management of risks to information security. Provide for the development of adequate controls to protect information and systems. Provides a mechanism for effective oversight of federal security programs. FISMA Summary : FISMA Summary Federal agencies are required to establish an integrated, risk-based information security program that adheres to high-level requirements governing how information security is conducted within their agency. Agencies are required to: assess the current level of risk associated with their information and information systems define controls to protect those systems implement policies and procedures to cost-effectively reduce risk periodically test and evaluate those controls train personnel on information security policies and procedures and manage incidents (incident response plan/process). FISMA Dictates… : FISMA Dictates… Responsibilities of chief security officers. Actions required to assess risk. Actions required to mitigate risk. Security awareness training. Testing of security practices and controls. Procedures for responding to security issues. Procedures for business continuity. NIST : NIST National Institute of Standards and Technology Mission: to promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards, and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life. FISMA and NIST : FISMA and NIST Provides guidance on FISMA that is detailed and in-depth, and how! Vision includes: Standards for categorizing information and information systems by mission impact. Standards for minimum security requirements for information and information systems. Guidance for selecting appropriate security controls for information systems. Guidance for assessing security controls in information systems and determining security control effectiveness. Guidance for certifying and accrediting information systems. NIST & FISMA : NIST & FISMA Goals Include: The implementation of cost-effective, risk-based information security programs. The establishment of a level of security due diligence for federal agencies and contractors supporting the federal government. More consistent and cost-effective application of security controls across the federal information technology infrastructure. More consistent, comparable, and repeatable security control assessments. A better understanding of enterprise-wide mission risks resulting from the operation of information systems. More complete, reliable, and trustworthy information for authorizing officials--facilitating more informed security accreditation decisions. More secure information systems within the federal government including the critical infrastructure of the United States. FISMA Implementation Timeline : FISMA Implementation Timeline Phase 1: Standards and Guidelines Dev. Focuses on the development of the security standards and guidance required to effectively implement the provisions of the legislation. The implementation of the NIST standards and guidance will help agencies create robust information security programs and effectively manage risk 2003 - 2007 FISMA Implementation Timeline : FISMA Implementation Timeline Phase 2: Credentialing Program Focus on the development of a program for credentialing public and private sector organizations to provide security assessment services for federal agencies. Security services involve the comprehensive assessment of the management, operational, and technical security controls in federal information systems to determine the extent to which the controls are implemented correctly. 2007 - 2009 Compliance Deadlines : Compliance Deadlines Legacy Systems: within one (1) year of publication of NIST security standards. Systems under development: upon deployment. Effective Security Program : Effective Security Program Periodic Assessment of Risk Policies and procedures based on risk. Plans for providing adequate security. Security awareness training. Periodic testing of controls, at least annually. A formal remediation process. Security incident response process. Business continuity procedures. FISMA: Risk Assessment : FISMA: Risk Assessment Categorize the information system. Select an initial set of security controls. Supplement controls based on risk. Document the controls in the security plan. Implement the security controls. Assess the controls (test). Authorize systems based on risk. Monitor and continually assess controls. FISMA Risk AssessmentReference… : FISMA Risk AssessmentReference… RA Category Categorize Select Supplement Document Implement Assess Authorize Monitor Publication Reference FIPS 199, NIST SP 800-60 FIPS 200, NIST SP 800-53 NIST SP 800-53, SP 800-30 NIST SP 800-18 It depends… NIST SP 800-53A NIST SP 800-37 NIST SP 800-37, SP 800-53A Security Planning I/O : Security Planning I/O Publication Summary : Publication Summary FIPS 199 Standards for Security Categorization of Federal Information and Information Systems Categorization of information and/or information systems. Based on potential impact based on certain events being experienced by the organization. Publication Summary : Publication Summary SP 800-60 Guide for Mapping Types of Information and Information Systems to Security Categories Assists in mapping information and information systems to impact levels for: Confidentiality, Integrity, & Availability. Volume 1: Relevant to multiple agencies. Volume 2: Agency and mission specific. Publication Summary : Publication Summary SP 800-53 Guide for Assessing the Security Controls in Federal Information Systems Guide to establish common methods and to assess the effectiveness of controls (test). Designed to foster standardization, and consistent and comparable assessments of information systems. Publication Summary : Publication Summary SP 800-53 Recommended Security Controls for Federal Information Systems Provides guidelines for selecting controls for information systems. For ISACA and CISA and CoBIT lovers… SP 800-53Security Control Topic Areas : SP 800-53Security Control Topic Areas Risk assessment Certification, Accreditation and Security Assessments System Services and Acquisition Security Planning Configuration Mgmt. System and Communications Protection Incident Response Identification and Authorization Personnel Security Awareness and Training Physical and Environmental Protection Media Protection Contingency Planning Maintenance System and Information Integrity Access Control Accountability and Audit Publication Summary : Publication Summary SP 800-37 Guide for the Security Certification and Accreditation of Federal Information Systems Provides guidelines for the certification of information systems to enable consistent, comparable and repeatable evaluations of security controls. Help achieve more secure systems. Publication Summary : Publication Summary SP 800-18 Guide for Developing Security Plans for Federal Information Systems Provides background and a structure for developing a security plan. Has Information System Security Plan Template! FISMA Summary : FISMA Summary FISMA is about information security and a formalized process to attest to the security The process flow is standard audit framework. NIST provides clear guidelines on how to document and proceed. Check out: http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/SMA/fisma/index.html

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