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The Defense Security Service (DSS) is transitioning from the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) to the Risk Management Framework (RMF).
This transition is implemented by way of a new manual known as the DSS Assessment and Authorization Process Manual (DAAPM). All RMF for DSS submissions must comply with the DAAPM by January 1st, 2018.
We can help you…
- Comply with the DSS Assessment and Authorization Process Manual (DAAPM).
- Conduct a gap analysis of NISPOM documentation to identify gaps and plan for transition.
- Navigate the intricacies of the various different DSS regions to keep regulators happy.
- Lockdown systems and master technical compliance.
Why use Lunarline?
- We have helped dozens of systems make the leap from the NISPOM to the Risk Management Framework.
- We take a business-focused approach that maximizes reuse of existing documentation and processes to minimize the impact on current operations.
- Each DSS region interprets controls differently. We’ve worked with them all and can help you address your region’s unique requirements.
- Our engineers – backed by proprietary capabilities like LunarAirLock – will help you efficiently harden systems and satisfy challenging technical security controls.
It’s a tough transition. So let’s do it together.
First, we will maximize the reuse of your current NISPOM documentation and address all transition gaps. Second, we’ll help you account for how each DSS region interprets specific controls. Third, we lock down your systems and help you master technical compliance.