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«The NIST CSF 2.0 framework provides a structured approach to managing and reducing cybersecurity risk, emphasizing flexibility, scalability, and continuous improvement»

The updated NIST CSF 2.0 framework, a cybersecurity framework created in 2014 initially designed for managing and mitigating cybersecurity risks specifically for critical infrastructure, has been published.

The framework expands its scope to businesses of all sizes and sectors, offering a comprehensive suite of resources that companies can use to protect their digital assets and achieve security objectives.

In the white paper, we analyze the updates implemented, such as the integration of privacy, increased focus on the supply chain, enhancements in risk identification and management and other relevant aspects in creating comprehensive and resilient cybersecurity programs.

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