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NIST has released Draft NISTIR 8286C, Staging Cybersecurity Risks for Enterprise Risk Management and Governance Oversight, for public comment. This report completes the cybersecurity risk management (CSRM) and enterprise risk management (ERM) integration cycle described throughout the NISTIR 8286 series.
Draft NISTIR 8286C describes methods for combining risk information from across the enterprise, including notional examples for aggregating and normalizing the results from cybersecurity risk registers (CSRRs) while considering risk parameters, criteria, and business impacts. The resulting integration and normalization of risk information informs enterprise-level risk decision-making and monitoring, which helps create a comprehensive picture of the overarching cyber risk. The report describes the creation of an enterprise risk profile (ERP) that supports the comparison and management of cyber risks along with other risk types.
Draft NISTIR 8286C builds on several previous reports:
The NISTIR 8286 series enables risk practitioners to integrate CSRM activities more fully into the broader enterprise risk processes. Because information and technology comprise some of the enterprise’s most valuable resources, it is vital that directors and senior leaders have a clear understanding of cybersecurity risk posture at all times. It is similarly vital that those identifying, assessing, and treating cybersecurity risk understand enterprise strategic objectives when making risk decisions.
The authors of the NISTIR 8286 series hope that these publications will spark further industry discussion. As NIST continues to develop frameworks and guidance to support the application and integration of information and technology, many of the series’ concepts will be considered for inclusion.
The public comment period is open through March 11, 2022. See the publication details for a copy of the draft and instructions for submitting comments.
NOTE: A call for patent claims is included on page iv of this draft. For additional information, see the Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) Patent Policy--Inclusion of Patents in ITL Publications.