Intelligence-Driven Security: An Evolved Strategy to Secure Today’s Enterprise with NIST CSF

Learn more about the five key function areas that define the Cybersecurity Framework (CSF): identify, protect, detect, respond and recover.

When: April 5, 2018 @ 2:00 pm ET

In today’s perimeter-free world, deploying multiple, prevention-focused point products or focusing only on complying with regulatory guidelines is not sufficient to prove the comprehensive protection required by the government enterprise.

Government organizations must deploy integrated capabilities, along with best operational practices, in order to deliver enhanced security.

Join National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and RSA Archer® for this live webcast to learn how you can:

  • Effectively implement NIST CSF fundamentals
  • Build an operationally relevant IT security program through a unified security approach focused on enforcing security management and governance

Organizations can significantly evolve their capabilities by adopting NIST CSF to utilize their enterprise security operation. Applying proven risk-management principles will improve the security and resilience of their IT systems. NIST CSF consists of a set of cybersecurity activities and desired outcomes that represent best practices for securing enterprise IT environments.

 

Intelligence-Driven Security: An Evolved Strategy to Secure Today’s Enterprise with NIST CSF
When: 05 Apr 2018