NISTCSF.COM

NISTCSF.COM

Three things are certain in today’s business world: first, digital services are now at the center of all businesses; second, business is a moving target and third businesses are under attack from those trying to steal the critical information companies rely on for daily business operations and revenue generation. The demand for a best practice approach to manage, secure and improve the digital services that drive today’s enterprise has never been greater.

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NIST CSF Enterprise Frameworks & Methods

Today, due to the ever changing threat landscape created by Mobile Computing, Cloud, the Internet of Things (IoT) and a very sophisticated network of threat actors (i.e., the bad guys) enterprises need to operationalize the IT and NIST Cybersecurity management frameworks and methods necessary to identify, protect, detect, respond and recover from daily cyber attacks. NIST CSF Enterprise Frameworks and Methods include::

  • NIST Cybersecurity Framework
    The NIST Cyber Security Framework provides guidance and training’s on how enterprises can proactively manage and improve its cybersecurity risk by operationalizing the controls (Center for Internet Security) and management systems (ISO 27001, NIST 800-53 etc.) outlined in the framework.
  • NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework
    The NICE Cyber Security Framework provides guidance and training’s on how enterprises can proactively manage and improve its IT and Cybersecurity workforce by following the guidance outlined in the framework.
  • RESILIA™ Cyber Resilience Framework
    The Axelos RESILIA™ Cyber Resilience Framework provides guidance and training’s on how enterprises can proactively manage and improve a digital service portfolio in terms of employees training, business resiliency and business recovery
  • ITIL® Service Management Framework
    The Axelos ITIL® Service Management Framework provides guidance and training’s on how enterprises can proactively manage and improve a digital service portfolio in terms of agility, development, operations, cost, quality and compliance.
  • COBIT Digital Governance Framework
    The ISACA COBIT Governance Framework provides guidance and training’s on how enterprises can proactively manage and improve a digital service portfolio in terms of risk policies and controls
  • ISO/IEC 20000 Service Management System (SMS) Framework
    The ISO/IEC 20000 Framework provides guidance and training’s for service provider to plan, establish, implement, operate, monitor, review, maintain and improve a Service Management System (SMS). The requirements include the design, transition, delivery and improvement of services to fulfill agreed service requirements.
  • Digital Enterprise Readiness Framework
    The Institute for Digital Transformation Digital Enterprise Readiness Framework provides guidance and training’s on how enterprises can manage and improve a digital business in terms of Operational Sustainability, Organizational Agility, Strategic Agility, and operating within a Disruptive Culture.
  • Cloud Security Alliance Framework
    The Cloud Security Alliance Framework provides guidance and training’s on how enterprises can adopt the cloud paradigm safely and securely.
  • DEVSECOPS Framework
    The DEVSECOPS Frameworks provides guidance and training’s on how to automate the processes between software development and IT teams, in order that they can build, test, and release secure software faster and more reliably.
  • FAIR Institute Value at Risk (VaR) Framework
    The Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR) Value at Risk (VaR) framework provides guidance and training’s on a best practice approach to measure, manage and report on information risk from the business perspective.
  • Software & Application Security Testing Methodology
    The Security Innovations Software & Application Testing Methodology provides guidance and training’s on how enterprises can make software systems and applications safer regardless of their operating environment (web, IoT, e Cloud etc.)
  • PMI PMBOK Framework & PRINCE2 Project Management Methodology
    The PMI PMBOK Framework and the Axelos PRINCE 2 Project Management Methodology provide guidance and training’s on how enterprises can improve the success of its digital service projects by using knowledge and techniques that result in desired business outcomes.

 

NIST CSF Enterprise Training & Mentoring Catalog

NIST CSF training and mentoring programs are designed to teach the knowledge, skills and abilities to help enterprises operationalize the frameworks and methods necessary to identify, protect, detect, respond and recover from daily cyber-attacks. Training programs include:

Note: Items in RED are in the planning or development stage

 

NISTCSF.COM – IT & NIST Cybersecurity Workforce Development Consortium

itSM Solutions NISTCSF.COM is a global consortium of academic, government and industry thought leaders working together to create training programs that help organizations operationalize, maintain and improve the controls and management systems created by the National Institute of Standards & Technologies (NIST) and other internationally recognized institutes and organizations. The consortium’s goal is to provide academia and enterprises with an affordable and scalable way to train, skill and certify today’s IT & NIST cybersecurity workforce.

The following companies have come together to provide the operational infrastructure to support NISTCSF.COM . Click here to learn more about becoming a partner or author.

Authoring Partners
NISTCSF.COM’s inaugural program NIST Cybersecurity Framework – Controls Factory Model™ (NCSF-CFM), was built in partnership with UMass Lowell (UML) a NSA/DHS National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Research (CAE-R). NISTCSF.COM has since formed strategic partnerships with Axelos creator of the ITIL®, RESILIA® and PRINCE2 frameworks & methodologies, ISACA creator of the COBIT framework, The Institute for Digital Transformation creator of the Digital Enterprise Readiness Framework (DERF) and other academic and private industry partners to build out the rest of the NISTCSF.COM portfolio.

Publishing Partners
NISTCSF.COM has partnered with itSM Solutions to create assessment, remediation, certification and simulation training solutions for today’s cyber enterprise

Accreditation & Platform Partners
NISTCSF.COM has partnered with Acquiros and others for content accreditation and exam delivery services

Distribution Partners

  • Print and Digital Books
    NISTCSF.COM has partnered with Arvato Training & Education Services a global eCommerce platform an integrated eReader application which delivers print and digital book versions of the NISTCSF.COM curricula to students anywhere in the world. Arvato is currently the exclusive delivery partner for Microsoft training and consulting education solutions worldwide.
  • Platform Partners
    NISTCSF.COM has partnered with leading Assessment, Learning Management and Simulation platform company’s to deliver affordable training solutions for today’s cyber enterprise. Inaugural partners include Career Academy and CyberSaint.
  • Reseller Partners
    NISTCSF.COM has partnered with academic and private institutions to deliver the NISTCSF.COM assessment and workforce development programs. Inaugural partners include New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, LRS Education Services, University of West Florida, Bryant University, GRC Sphere and Babbage Simmel.

 

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