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The CERT Division's Cybersecurity Hygiene is a set of 11 practice areas for managing the most common and pervasive cybersecurity risks faced by organizations.
Watch Summer Fowler in this SEI Cyber Minute as she discusses
Describes the Cybersecurity Program Progress Metric and how its implementation in a large, diverse U.S. national organization can serve to indicate progress toward improving cybersecurity and resilience capabilities.
A resilience-based approach can help financial services organizations to manage cybersecurity risks from outsourcing and comply with federal regulations.
This report describes a new process area that ensures that mail is inducted into the U.S. domestic mail stream according to USPS standards and requirements.
This update to Version 1 of this same title (CMU/SEI-2011-TN-028) maps CERT-RMM process areas to certain NIST 800-series special publications.
These assets all relate to the general topic of resilience management.
In this paper, Nader Mehravari shares practical and successful applications of CERT-RMM from a wide variety of organizations.
The author describes Intelligence Preparation for Operational Resilience (IPOR), a framework for preparing intelligence that complements commonly used intelligence frameworks such as Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB).
In this report, the authors map CERT-RMM process areas to key activities in NIST Special Publication 800-66 Revision 1.