The NIST Cybersecurity Framework helps businesses of all sizes better understand, manage, and reduce their cybersecurity risk and protect their networks and data. The Framework is voluntary. It gives your business an outline of best practices to help you decide where to focus your time and money for cybersecurity protection.
The NIST Cybersecurity Framework is a powerful asset for cybersecurity practitioners. Given its flexibility and adaptability, it is a cost-effective way for organizations to approach cybersecurity and foster an enterprise-wide conversation around cyber risk and compliance.
You can put the NIST Cybersecurity Framework to work in your business in these five areas: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover.
Make a list of all equipment, software, and data you use, including laptops, smartphones, tablets, and point-of-sale devices.
Create and share a company cybersecurity policy that covers:
Roles and responsibilities for employees, vendors, and anyone else with access to sensitive data.
Steps to take to protect against an attack and limit the damage if one occurs.
Monitor your computers for unauthorized personnel access, devices (like USB drives), and software.
Investigate any unusual activities on your network or by your staff.
Check your network for unauthorized users or connections.
Have a plan for:
Test your plan regularly.
After an attack:
Truvantis will work with your team to customize the implementation process addressing your specific needs and goals.
We allow time to collaborate and plan with you, taking into consideration current workflows, preparation, and timing for future key project activities, and most importantly, obtaining the right scope from your organization. From developing your Policies, Procedures, and Standards to advise on strategies to implement them, Truvantis’ certified practitioners will be with you every step of the way.