Organizations like yours use regulatory guides and compliance frameworks as the foundation of their list of controls. You can easily have many hundreds to thousands of controls to create and manage.
In this eBook you’ll learn how to successfully complete these tasks with and without compliance software. This way, you can decide which path to compliance makes the most sense for you and your business.
This eBook explains what data loss prevention is and how to find the right DLP approach for your organization. Then it explores how Netwrix solutions support the DLP needs of many organizations.
In our 27-criterion evaluation of third-party risk management (TPRM) platform providers, we identified the 12 most significant ones — Aravo, Archer, Coupa, Diligent, LogicGate, LogicManager, MetricStream, NAVEX, OneTrust, Prevalent, ProcessUnity, and ServiceNow — and researched, analyzed, and scored them.
Recent trends indicate that it’s no longer enough to only address cybersecurity internally. Cybercriminals are rapidly advancing their tactics by targeting an organization’s third parties, vendors and suppliers – and it’s working.
In BitSight discovered six severe vulnerabilities in the MiCODUS MV720 GPS tracker, a popular automotive tracking device designed for vehicle fleet management and theft protection for consumers and organizations.
The NIST CSF is made up of core, tiers and profiles. The core is the bulk of the NIST CSF and is made up of five categories and 108 sub-categories. Tiers help you measure maturity, and profiles help you set priorities.
In this guide, we’ll outline NIST objectives and the differences between NIST 800-171 and 800-53 along with a checklist to help you get your organization started with NIST compliance.