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The NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) 2.0 is Here!
February 26, 2024

The NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) 2.0, along with its supplementary resources, can be used by organizations to understand, assess, prioritize, and communicate cybersecurity risks.

It is particularly useful for fostering internal and external communication at all levels (including across internal teams, from the C-Suite through middle management—and to those carrying out daily cybersecurity responsibilities). The CSF also seeks to improve communication with suppliers and partners and is intended to help organizations integrate cybersecurity-related issues with broader enterprise risk management strategies. 

For overviews of the CSF 2.0 release, read our blog post and news article.

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Created February 24, 2024, Updated March 07, 2024