End-to-end framework for managing cybersecurity risks over time.
NIST CSF is published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and arms organizations to better understand, manage, and reduce cybersecurity risks. This is an ideal framework for organizations to use as a starting point to begin or improve their cybersecurity program.
The best way to handle this type of migration would be to have a mapping sequence that manages the entire transition process. This type of functionality is part of Compyl and allows an organization to grow confidently while adapting quickly to industry requirements, expansion, and other needs.
NIST CSF is a voluntary framework based on existing standards, guidelines, and practices for organizations to better manage and reduce cybersecurity risk.
Compyl has built integrations with all the tech your organization is using today. Unlike other solutions, our native integrations allow Compyl to extract data and transpose the information however and wherever an organization needs it.
Compyl uses a unique query language to cross-reference data from multiple sources to uncover granular details otherwise missed. We can set these checks to run as often or as little as an organization would like.
As organizations grow, they encounter new challenges. Compyl’s wide variety of functionality and flexibility allows our platform to be a true solution.
We have a team of experts that offer guidance along your security journey to ensure mitigation strategies are in place and best practices are always implemented.
NIST CSF is divided into five key Functions – Identify (ID), Protect (PR), Detect (DE), Respond and Recover. Establishing these functions helps organizations set up and maintain an end-to-end lifecycle for managing cybersecurity risks over time.
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