Staying one step ahead of attackers by eliminating vulnerabilities before they’re detected is the obvious goal of any enterprise. How to shore up your infrastructure and IT operations with state-of-the-art defense and efficiency should be on any infosec team’s to-do list, and what follows are various best practices to help you with your network security management.
Of course, every organization has different needs, which should be the deciding factor in determining a framework and catalog, notes Troy DeLung, senior enterprise IT and security risk manager for Genworth Financial, who will lead the "Information Security Frameworks and Control Catalogs: Differences, Selection, Implementation" session at InfoSec World 2020.
When considering the multitude of Informational Security Frameworks, including ISO/IEC 27001, NIST CSF, COBIT, et.al., and control catalogs, such as ISO/IEC 27002, NIST 800-53, among them, DeLung advises to keep in mind regulatory entities to reduce the amount of compliance activities and streamline an organization.
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