Now that cybercrime is becoming more advanced, how can cybersecurity protocols evolve to keep fighting against cyber theft? The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework or CSF was created to help businesses combat cybercrime by providing a standard that they can follow to keep their online resources protected. Even now, the NIST is constantly updating its procedures. Such updates include the release of the NIST SP 800-53A revision, which provides a methodology to ensure and verify that the security and privacy outcomes of organizations are being achieved.
Though the NIST framework is voluntary, businesses should consider adopting the CSF as a structure to figure out cybersecurity measures that suit and serve the organization well. The framework can be tricky to comprehend, so we’ll break its main parts down to make things easier. To read more about the NIST framework, follow the link below.