Implementing NIST CSF

The National Institute of Standards and Technology developed the NIST  Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF) specifically to aid in securing our nation’s critical infrastructure—but it is useful for almost any organization. A thorough compendium of information security rules and guidelines, NIST can be an invaluable resource for improving your enterprise’s security posture.

NIST also developed NIST 800-53, a set of controls to help with NIST CSF compliance, which is voluntary, as well as compliance with other frameworks. NIST 800-53, considered the cybersecurity bible among federal agencies, specifically governs compliance with the Federal Information Processing Standard Publication 200 (FIPS 200), mandatory for government affiliated entities.

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