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The NIST Cybersecurity Framework, also known as the NIST CSF, enhances Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity by providing a mechanism for evaluating and enhancing the capacity of private and public sector entities that own, operate, or supply critical infrastructure to avoid, track, and react to cyber incidents. More..
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication 800-82 offers detailed assistance regarding how to protect Industrial Control Systems (ICS), that are commonly used in the electric, water and wastewater, oil and natural gas, pulp and paper, pharmaceutical, chemical, food and beverage, as well as discrete manufacturing More..
COBIT is an IT management framework developed by the ISACA global benchmarking association to help develop, organize and implement strategies around information management and governance. It allows enterprises to align existing controls with a variety of other standards and regulatory compliance requirements. More..
Zero trust is a growing security model that is based on the principle of enforcing strict access controls. The Zero Trust concept focuses on the notion that organizations shouldn’t give immediate trust to any internal or external source, and must always examine and uphold anyone and anything that is requesting access to its systems. More..
The CIS Critical Security Controls (CSC) are published by the Center for Internet Security (CIS) to assist organizations in better defending against well-known threats by converting critical security concepts into executable controls in order to reach a more comprehensive overall cybersecurity defensive strategy. More..