Measuring Up to NIST CyberSecurity Framework05/29/2019
Measuring Up to NIST CyberSecurity Framework
A Q&A with Matt Barrett, COO of CyberESI
First introduced in 2014, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) CyberSecurity Framework (CSF) has since become a widely held best practice far beyond the commerce industry. To get some perspective on the framework and how it’s evolved over the past five years, we talked to Matt Barrett, who was the program manager for CSF. (Note: Barrett currently serves as COO for Cyber Engineering Services Inc (CyberESI), a cyber risk management firm.).
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