Free Guide To Cybersecurity & Data Protection Policies, Standards, Controls & More!
The "ComplianceForge Reference Model" for writing documentation is entirely based on industry-recognized "best practices" according to terminology definitions from NIST, ISO, ISACA and AICPA. This approach is designed to encourage clear communication by clearly defining cybersecurity and privacy documentation components and how those are linked. This comprehensive view identifies the primary documentation components that are necessary to demonstrate evidence of due diligence and due care. It addresses the inter-connectivity of policies, control objectives, standards, guidelines, controls, risks, procedures & metrics. The Secure Controls Framework (SCF) fits into this model by providing the necessary cybersecurity and privacy controls an organization needs to implement to stay both secure and compliant. ComplianceForge simplified the concept of the hierarchical nature of cybersecurity and privacy documentation that visualizes the unique nature of these components, as well as the dependencies that exist.
Not Sure Which Framework Is The "Best" Cybersecurity Framework For Your Needs?
The concept of a "best" cybersecurity framework is misguided, since the most appropriate framework to align with is entirely dependent upon your business model. The applicable laws, regulations and contractual obligations that your organiation must comply with will most often point you to one of these cybersecurity frameworks to kick off the discussion about "Which framework is most appropriate for our needs?":
Digital Security Program (DSP) - Enterprise-Class, Hybrid Framework For Cybersecurity & Privacy
The DSP is an enterprise-class solution for cybersecurity & privacy documentation consisting of thirty-three (33) domains that defines a modern,...
UPDATED FOR CMMC 2.0 NIST SP 800-171 & CMMC "Easy Button" Solution - Editable & Affordable Cybersecurity Documentation
We listened to our customers and created the NIST SP 800-171 Compliance Program (NCP), based on...