Compliance is an arduous manual process. The traditional approach to producing compliance artifacts and meeting regulatory requirements is time-consuming. Automating large parts of compliance can give your organization a continuous view of its risk profile and free up resources for higher-value work. A new standard, OSCAL, was created by NIST to automate compliance artifacts. In this session, security teams will learn how an innovative and technological breakthrough OSCAL standard transforms the ATO process towards a continuous compliance posture.