Cyber Compliance Frameworks
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Cyber Compliance Frameworks (Cyber Legion Guidlines)
Cyber Compliance Frameworks and regulatory frameworks are sets of guidelines and best practices. Organizations follow these guidelines to meet regulatory requirements, improve processes, strengthen security, and achieve other business objectives (such as becoming a public company, or selling cloud solutions to government agencies).
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The General Data Protection Regulation or the GDPR is a European Union legal instrument ensuring the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
The United Kingdom General Data Protection Regulation (UK-GDPR) is the UK’s data privacy law that governs the processing of personal data from individuals inside the UK. The UK-GDPR was drafted as a result of the UK leaving the EU, which resulted in the EU’s GDPR not applying domestically to the UK any longer.
The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to improving software security. It operates under an “open community” model, which means that anyone can participate in and contribute to OWASP-related online chats, projects, and more.
The OWASP Top 10 is a standard awareness document for developers and web application security. It represents a broad consensus about the most critical security risks to web applications. Globally recognized by developers as the first step towards more secure coding.
NIST Cyber Framework
NIST is the National Institute of Standards and Technology at the U.S. Department of Commerce. The NIST Cybersecurity Framework helps businesses of all sizes better understand, manage, and reduce their cybersecurity risk and protect their networks and data. The Framework is voluntary.
NIST Updates Cybersecurity Guidance for Supply Chain Risk Management. A new update to the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s foundational cybersecurity supply chain risk management (C-SCRM) guidance aims to help organizations protect themselves as they acquire and use technology products and services.
CREST is the not-for-profit accreditation body representing the technical information security industry. CREST provides internationally recognized accreditation for organizations and individuals providing penetration testing, cyber incident response and threat intelligence services.
CREST Certifications are recognized worldwide by the professional services industry and buyers as being the best indication of knowledge, skills and competence. They are increasingly a mandated requirement for those hiring or buying services.
A Security Operations Center (SOC) and a Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) platform are different strategies for monitoring a network environment, and they work together to help corporations prevent data breaches and alert them to potential ongoing cyber-events.
The function of the security operations center (SOC) is to monitor, prevent, detect, investigate, and respond to cyber threats around the clock.
A SOC 1 report is designed to address internal controls over financial reporting while a SOC 2 report addresses a service organization’s controls that are relevant to their operations and compliance.
ISO 27001 and ISO 27002
ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies. ISO is a nongovernmental organization that comprises standards bodies from more than 160 countries, with one standards body representing each member country.
ISO 27001 is a recognized standard for an organisation’s ISMS. It outlines how to do everything from scoping their system, designing rules, and educating employees. ISO 27002 provides comprehensive knowledge of how to improve your ISMS.
Entities covered by HIPAA must implement strong data security safeguards in their environments, and in particular, comply with the HIPAA Security Rule to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of all of the electronic protected health information (ePHI) they create, receive, maintain or transmit.
The HIPAA Security Rule Standards and Implementation Specifications has four major sections, created to identify relevant security safeguards that help achieve compliance: 1) Physical; 2) Administrative; 3) Technical, and 4) Policies, Procedures, and Documentation Requirements.
FISMA is U.S. government legislation that defines a comprehensive framework to protect government information, operations, and assets against threats. Signed into law in 2002 and updated in 2014, FISMA requires that federal systems meet a set level of security requirements (also known as “controls”).
FISMA is one of the most important regulations for federal data security standards and guidelines.
The NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) is a set of voluntary guidelines that help companies assess and improve their cybersecurity posture
Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM)
The CSA Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM) is a cybersecurity control framework for cloud computing. It is a spreadsheet that lists 16 domains covering all key aspects of cloud technology. Each domain is broken up into 133 control objectives.
The Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM) is a baseline set of security controls created by the Cloud Security Alliance to help enterprises assess the risk associated with a cloud computing provider.
CCM is considered the most advanced, comprehensive certificate in the field of compliance and anti-money laundering.
Center for Internet Security (CIS) Controls
The CIS Critical Security Controls (CIS Controls) are a prioritized set of Safeguards to mitigate the most prevalent cyber-attacks against systems and networks. They are mapped to and referenced by multiple legal, regulatory, and policy frameworks.
The CIS Controls (formerly known as Critical Security Controls) are a recommended set of actions for cyber defense that provide specific and actionable ways to stop today’s most pervasive and dangerous attacks.
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Transpiration Systems Sector (TSS) Cybersecurity Framework
The Transportation Systems Sector Cybersecurity Framework Implementation Guidance and its companion workbook provide an approach for Transportation Systems Sector owners and operators to apply the tenets of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Framework to help reduce cyber risks.
Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)
Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification is a program initiated by the United States Department of Defense (DoD) in order to measure their defense contractors’ capabilities, readiness, and sophistication in the area of cybersecurity.
The widely publicized full implementation date for CMMC is October 1, 2025, the beginning of the 2026 fiscal year for the U.S. government. At that time, all new DoD contracts and contract extensions are expected to require CMMC certification to be in place prior to the award
European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
ETSI provides members with an open, inclusive and collaborative environment. This environment supports the timely development, ratification and testing of globally applicable standards for ICT-enabled systems, applications and services.
HITRUST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF)
The foundation of all HITRUST programs and services is the HITRUST CSF, a certifiable framework that provides organizations globally a comprehensive, flexible, and efficient approach to regulatory/standards compliance and risk management.
HITRUST is a cybersecurity framework that seeks to unify the rules for many other existing regulatory and industry frameworks, including HIPAA, GDPR, PCI-DSS, and more.
Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR) Cyber Risk Framework
Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR)is a model that is based on the factors that contribute to risk and how each of them affects each other.
It is a risk management framework that complies with the international standards, that aims to help organizations understand, analyze and measure the information risk.