As directed by Executive Order 13636, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) enacted a critical cybersecurity infrastructure improvement policy calling for the voluntary development of cybersecurity framework documents. Developing and maintaining a cybersecurity framework is an essential component to help organizations define their unique defense and response measures. Understanding where to start can be difficult, so to help organizations of all scope and scale, eSentire developed the NIST Workbook, an easy-to-apply resource that helps organizations understand and align cybersecurity activities with business requirements, risk tolerances, and resources.
With this workbook, you will:
- Identify security risks and develop policies and procedures for cybersecurity governance;
- Protect networks and information systems with strategies, procedures, encryption, and compliance audits;
- Understand the risks associated with remote access, fund transfers, and third-parties;
- Better detect unauthorized activity using best practices for incident response.