New NIST CSF 20 – Hot off the press

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  • NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) 2.0 has been released after a decade-long development process.
  • NIST solicited input from various sources to create CSF 2.0, including formal Requests for Information and public comment on draft documents.

In the latest release of the Australian Cyber Security Magazine, it was announced that the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) 2.0 has been released after a development process that began with Executive Order (EO)13636 over a decade ago. The EO called for the building of a framework for reducing risks to critical infrastructure, leading NIST to develop the CSF.

NIST solicited input for the development of CSF 2.0 through formal Requests for Information, workshops, smaller meetings, and public comment on draft documents. This collaborative effort resulted in the release of CSF Versions 1.0 and 1.1, with the most recent release being the draft of CSF 2.0.

The release of CSF 2.0 marks a significant milestone in cybersecurity efforts to address current and future challenges. The framework aims to provide organizations with a set of approaches to improve their cybersecurity posture and reduce risks to critical infrastructure.

Overall, the release of NIST CSF 2.0 highlights the importance of collaboration and input from various stakeholders in developing cybersecurity frameworks to address evolving threats in the digital landscape.

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