Fujitsu Japan announced the launch of a consulting service to help customers meet the NIST SP800-171 security measures.
NIST’s Special Publication 800-171 security measures are for nonfederal information systems and organizations handling controlled unclassified information.
Fujitsu Japan in a statement said that the fee for assessment consulting service is from JPY 10 million per three months.
The launch of the service from Fujitsu supporting NIST SP800-171 cybersecurity rules, will contribute significantly to accelerating the expansion of Japanese companies globally.
This consulting service available in Japan will provide insight into the status of customer systems’ compliance with NIST SP800-171 security measures and will formulate policies needed to support the standard.
The consulting service will provide a low-cost, rapid assessment of the state of their compliance with NIST SP800-171 security measures. It will offer system integration and other support meeting the requirements of each customer through its Fujitsu Security Solution Global Managed Security Service and system recovery in the event of an incident.
Fujitsu will bring its Fujitsu Cloud Service K5 into compliance with the security standards of the NIST SP800 series during fiscal 2018, offering secure cloud services.
NIST SP800-171, published by NIST in June 2015, sets out the US requirements for security measures for Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) being handled by Nonfederal Organizations. There are just over 100 requirements, including technical as well as non-technical requirements.
“The assessment consulting service, provided jointly with Fujitsu, will certainly enhance and support our clients’ compliance with international rules and respond to as-yet unknown cyber threats,” said Norihiko Shibuya, partner, Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting.