Inside the Module: Incident Management

The Federal Government continues its efforts to help cleared contractors thwart espionage, the unauthorized disclosure of classified information, and violence against the United States in 32 CFR Part 117, NISPOM Rule. It is essential to detect employees who pose a potential threat and then mitigate risks through investigative, administrative, or other means.

  • Record, rank, and review security incidents
  • Analyze data for patterns of behavior
  • Flag potential threats for proactive remediation

The Incident Management module within Access Commander supports an organization’s Insider Threat Program (ITP) by allowing FSOs and other security officers to record incidents, investigations, and corrective actions. It also flags possible threats, helping enterprises to comply with 32 CFR Part 117, NISPOM Rule, proactively.

With comprehensive incident data at your fingertips, it’s easy to monitor risks and detect patterns of suspicious or disruptive behavior; incidents can be searched based on category, data and severity. With the Incident Management module, stay compliant, and keep threats where they belong: outside your organization.

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Immediate Implementation

Start recording incidents and corrective actions on day one.

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Astute Application

Find patterns and subdue threats before any losses occur.

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Total Fulfillment

Keep your contract fully compliant with 32 CFR Part 117, NISPOM Rule.

If your enterprise needs help with its Insider Threat Program, see how Access Commander can strengthen and simplify your 32 CFR Part 117, NISPOM Rule, compliance. Contact us today to schedule your free demo!

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