Oracle Selects Telos Corporation’s Cyber Risk Management Solution to Accelerate Security Compliance Authorizations
“Xacta fast-tracks the entire security compliance process – saving time and money that customers would normally devote to consulting or advisory services,” said
“We selected Xacta because of its proven ability to accelerate authorizations in the federal government,” said
The most recent update of Xacta includes machine-readable data exchange capabilities for risk management automation and efficiency through the integration of the Intelligence Community’s BoE.xml standard, the development of our own Xacta Data Exchange (XDE) standard, and the early integration of NIST’s Open Security Control Assessment Language (OSCAL).
Xacta has led the way in implementing initial OSCAL capabilities that enable Xacta users to submit the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) system security plans (SSP) in a machine-readable format. This accelerates the approval process for inclusion in the
For more information about Xacta, including various use cases, visit www.telos.com/xacta.
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