CISO Talk by James Azar
CyberHub Podcast
What do CISO’s Really think of NIST CSF 2.0 featuring Chris Foulon and James Azar

What do CISO’s Really think of NIST CSF 2.0 featuring Chris Foulon and James Azar

Exploring NIST CSF 2.0: A Fresh Perspective on Cybersecurity Frameworks A Dive into the Enhanced NIST Cybersecurity Framework

No transcript...

Two CISO’s Talking Security, Business, Risk, Privacy and Leadership with James Azar and Chris Foulon. The show is live at 11AM EST every Friday on Youtube, LinkedIn, Facebook, X, Twitch, Rumble and all Podcast listening platforms. See links below

In a recent podcast, speakers delved into the significant updates and implications of the new NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) 2.0. The conversation highlighted the positive reception of the framework, noting its comprehensive approach and incorporation of industry feedback. Key points include:

- Governance Focus: The addition of a "govern" section to the core framework was praised for emphasizing the holistic impact of cybersecurity on business operations, beyond just identifying risks.

- Operational Effectiveness: The updated CSF is viewed as highly operational, providing detailed controls, business enablement strategies, and a full lifecycle perspective on security.

- Comprehensive Crosswalks: NIST CSF 2.0 offers extensive cross-referencing to other frameworks, enhancing its usability across various industries. The framework now supports easy export of controls, improving operational efficiency.

- Risk Management Communication: The framework emphasizes the importance of effective risk communication within organizations, from practitioners to executives, to ensure comprehensive risk mitigation.

Leave a comment

- Maturity Levels: The inclusion of maturity levels in the document aids organizations in assessing the implementation and adaptiveness of their cybersecurity measures.

- Privacy and New Technologies: The speakers discussed the integration of privacy considerations and the need for addressing emerging technologies like AI and LLMs within the framework.

- Supply Chain Risk Management: Highlighting the importance of supply chain security, the discussion touched on the need for robust risk management strategies in light of vulnerabilities like Log4j.

The podcast underscored the evolution of NIST CSF from its first iteration, noting the increased practitioner input and collaboration that shaped 2.0. The speakers advocated for the framework's practical application in today's business environments, emphasizing its role in guiding cybersecurity governance, risk management, and operational resilience.

Connect with the Hosts:

Apply now to be a featured partner on the show:


Listen here:









Thank you for watching and Please Don't forget to Like this video and Subscribe to my Channel!

The Hub of the Infosec Community.

Our mission is to provide substantive and quality content that’s more than headlines or sales pitches. We want to be a valuable source to assist those cybersecurity practitioners in their mission to keep their organizations secure.

CISO Talk by James Azar
CyberHub Podcast
Today’s top cybersecurity news and the latest from Practicing CISO James Azar, tune in to hear how practitioners read, view and work after hearing the latest headlines and how these stories help keep practitioners sharp and ready.