The COTS Conundrum: In today’s digital landscape, Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) sensors seem like an easy button for compliances purposes. They’re readily available, cost-effective, and offer familiar functionality. But when it comes to identifying strategic suppliers, COTS alone isn’t enough.
Enter NIST 800.171 Compliance: This framework, developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), sets best practices for not only safeguarding CUI in nonfederal systems, but best practices for cyber and physical security in general. Compliance isn’t just a nice-to-have; it’s a vital layer of protection that goes beyond the inherent features of COTS products.
Why Choose Everight Position?
Don’t Settle for COTS Alone: Choose a partner like Everight Position that goes beyond the basics. Their NIST 800.171 compliance, US-based team, and defense industry experience provide the confidence and expertise you need to safeguard your project, build trust with stakeholders, and stay ahead of threats.
CMMC 2.0: Yes, Everight Position is closely monitoring that as well. While the dust may still be settling, Everight is already putting best practices in place in anticipation of being compliant with CMMC Level 2 requirements.
Contact Everight Position today and discover how their NIST 800.171 expertise can support your sensor needs.
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