Posted on Tuesday, September 5th, 2017 by Katharina Gerberding
Security Control Assessments have become critical tools for organizations due to the growing number of destructive cyberattacks across the world. Increasingly, organizations need to strengthen their defenses against data breaches, cybercrime and fraud to ensure even the most basic security posture. Frameworks such as NIST, CIS/SANS 20 or ISO 27001 have separated themselves as the best practice frameworks for organizations to assess their current IT security maturity and set goals to improve the procedures that they use to protect sensitive data, perform change management, and provide access to critical assets. We’ve gathered today’s most common security control frameworks to simplify the complex world of compliance and and security control assessments.