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Aubrey, a partner and member of the Constangy Cyber Team, is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US). Aubrey has a Master of Science in Digital Forensics, and she utilizes her knowledge of digital forensics and ...
An updated version of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework is on the way.
In 2013, President Barack Obama directed the National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”) to lead the development of a cybersecurity framework to “reduce cyber risks to critical infrastructure.” The result was the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (formally, the “Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity”), a comprehensive, flexible, and scalable approach that provides a structure that can be used by entities to create, guide, assess, or improve their cybersecurity programs. The first version, v1.0, of the CSF was released in February 2014. NIST subsequently released v1.1 of the CSF in April 2018 to clarify, refine, and enhance the framework. Since its release, the CSF has been widely adopted across a range of industries within the United States and internationally.
The Constangy Cyber Advisor posts regular updates on legislative developments, data privacy, and information security trends. Our blog posts are informed through the Constangy Cyber Team's experience managing thousands of data breaches, providing robust compliance advisory services, and consultation on complex data privacy and security litigation.