Simplify US-CSF Information Security Compliance
The US Cyber Security Framework (CSF) is published by NIST as a framework for cyber security risk management. The CSF was designed to be a more manageable framework for private organizations than either NIST 800-53 or 800-171. It forms a foundation for the development and ongoing management of a cyber security program.
To effectively implement the NIST Cyber Security Framework organizations must develop, document and deliver and series of information security controls designed to protect information, people and systems.
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Streamline US-CSF Compliance
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CSF Required Information Security Policies
The US-CSF specifically requires a set of written information security policies to support cyber risk management.
ID Governance (GV-1) Organization information security policy is established
This core governance requirement translates into the need for a comprehensive set of written information security policies, standards and procedures that address each of the core areas of NIST-CSF.
Information Protection Processes and Procedures (PR.IP): Security policies (that address purpose, scope, roles, responsibilities, management commitment, and coordination among organizational entities), processes, and procedures are maintained and used to manage protection of information systems and assets.
Key Cyber Risk Management Areas of NIST CSF
Identify key Assets (ID.AM), Business Environmental Factors (ID.BE) and Cyber Security Risks (ID.RA) that define the overall risk environment.
Define a Governance Program (ID.GV) to develop the policies, procedures, and processes to manage and monitor the organization’s regulatory, legal, risk, environmental, and operational requirements.
Understand third-party risk via Supply Chain Risk Management (ID.SC)
Provision and Protect Access (PR-AC) for Systems (PR.PT and MA), Personnel (PR.AT) and Data (PR.DS)
Implement Security Continuous Monitoring (DE.CM), Detection Processes (DE.CM) and Detection of Anomalies and Events (DE.AE):
Develop Incident Response Plans (RS.RP), Communications (RS.CO) Analysis (RS.AN), Mitigation (RS.MI) and Improvements (RS.IM).
Develop and test Disaster Recovery Plans (RC.RP), Improvements (RC.IM) and Communications (RC.CO)
Enable Management Accountability
Compliance with the US-CSF requires a proactive approach to identify and respond to potential threats to data and systems.
Section (ID-GV) Governance.
The policies, procedures, and processes to manage and monitor the organization’s regulatory, legal, risk, environmental, and operational requirements are understood and inform the management of cybersecurity risk.
Our ComplianceShield solution enables your organization to quickly establish a baseline of cyber security controls that address all elements of US-CSF. Once your program is established, using ComplianceShield to track accountability, compliance status and evidence.
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