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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.
The CERT® Program of the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute announced that the CERT Resilience Management Model (CERT®-RMM) Version 1.1 has been published by Addison-Wesley Professional.
This webinar proposed the Intelligence Preparation for Operational Resilience (IPOR) framework to create a model for structured analysis of your intelligence needs and a way to operationalize threat intelligence once you have received it.
CERT-RMM, the foundation for a process improvement approach to operational resilience management, defines the practices needed to manage operational resilience.
This process area is about identifying, documenting, and analyzing operational resilience requirements.
This process area is about establishing and managing physical, environmental, and geographical controls to support the operations of services.
This process area is about requesting, receiving, managing, and applying financial resources for resilience objectives and requirements.
This process area is about promoting awareness in and developing skills and knowledge of people.
This process area is about establishing and managing controls to ensure the resilience of services and assets that are dependent on external entities.
This process area is about managing the resilience requirements of high-value services and associated assets and identifying inconsistencies.