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CERT-RMM, the foundation for a process improvement approach to operational resilience management, defines the practices needed to manage operational resilience.
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.
In this report, the authors explain how CERT-RMM process areas, industry standards, and codes of practice are used by organizations in an operational setting.
Watch James Cebula discuss the Overview of the CERT® Resilience Management Model from the SEI Virtual Event, CERT® Operational Resilience: Manage, Protect and Sustain
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.
In this book, the authors present best practices for managing the security and survivability of people, information, technology, and facilities.
This report describes a new process area that ensures that the USPS is compensated for mail that is accepted, transported, and delivered.
The purpose of Access Management is to ensure that access granted to organizational assets is commensurate with their business and resilience requirements.
This process area is about identifying, documenting, and managing organizational assets to ensure sustained productivity supporting organizational services.
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.