- Published: Friday, 23 April 2021 09:10
Steve Burden and David Davies look at the NIST framework and its role in cyber threat protection and incident response; and explains why it’s important that cyber response plans link to business continuity and ICT continuity plans.
The US National Institute of Standards & Technology’s (NIST) cybersecurity framework is seen by many as a global gold standard when it comes to keeping businesses safe from cyber threats. In many ways it’s the cyber security ‘bible’, so while it contains a huge amount of useful information, it’s all too easy to get lost in the detail.
To help you use the NIST framework more effectively, we are going to specifically look at the discovery of threats, how to prevent a breach, and how to respond to a cyber security incident.
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