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Thoughts on updated NIST Cybersecurity Framework (draft version 1.1)
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NIST has announced an update to its Cybersecurity Framework. The initial version was published in 2014.
In my opinion, there are some significant changes to the framework, and I think it should be called 2.0.
Some of the key changes are:
1. Identity Management – authentication, authorisation and identity proofing
2. Supply chain risk management
3. Internal selfassessment and measurement of cybersecurity
- Do you implement NIST CSF in your organisation?
- What do you think about the changes?
- What other changes would you recommend?
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