Centraleyes is strengthening its framework library with a new privacy framework recently published by NIST.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released its version 1.0 of its Privacy Framework in 2020, which assists organizations in prioritizing privacy threats and outcomes and achieving privacy goals regardless of company size, market, or industry.
Although organizations might have implemented the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF), this does not necessarily imply that privacy risks have been properly addressed. The NIST Privacy Framework fills in the gaps while following the same structure as the NIST CSF and making it simple for organizations to align the two frameworks. The two frameworks work together to create a robust enterprise risk program.
Today, privacy is crucial in most organizations, but many are having trouble putting a solid privacy framework in place. Failure to comply with these privacy regulations has resulted in many inefficiencies that frustrate employees and consumers, and could also lead to hefty financial fines and penalties.
The Centraleyes platform provides simplified, automated data collection and analysis, as well as prioritized remediation guidance and real-time customized scoring, to meet the NIST Privacy Framework for organizations protecting their customer’s PII (Personally Identifiable Information) and PHI (Protected Health Information).
Centraleyes has a smart mapping feature that maps the NIST Privacy framework back to an extensive control inventory based on the NIST 800-53. This function allows for automated control and evidence sharing across multiple frameworks, saving a tremendous amount of time and resources.