How to Use NIST CSF to Drive Security and Compliance

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Security First, Compliance Next is a theme that is very relevant today. In practice, companies that prioritize the goal of being secure end up being more than compliant. When approached together, strategically, both can become easier.

The NIST Cybersecurity Framework enables organizations — regardless of size, degree of cybersecurity risk, or cybersecurity sophistication — to apply the principles and best practices of risk management to improving security.  

In this webcast, we will talk about the CSF’s five functions and how the NIST CSF can help you:

• Get a clear picture of the current health of your organizations’ defenses

• Define your security road map using NIST CSF as a framework

• Conduct a comprehensive gap analysis

• Execute a set of remediation actions

And, we’ll finish up with a demo to show how AlienVault USM Anywhere supports the application of NIST CSF with integrated security controls and built-in reporting templates that align with the framework. 

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