Ralph Villanueva, IT Security and Compliance Analyst | Hilton Grand Vacations
About this talk
In anticipation of future cyber security challenges, as well as enable organizations to address current ones, the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released the draft version of NIST Cyber Security Framework (CSF) version 2.0 for comments on August 8, 2023. Once all comments are submitted on November 4, 2023, this new version will be finalized in early 2024.
This will be a very important tool against cybersecurity risks in 2024 not only because it is a government issued gold standard for cyber security, but also because it emphasizes cyber security governance and cyber security supply chain risk management. A lot of severe cyber incidents in recent years can be traced to a combination of bad decisions and third parties.
In this presentation, Ralph will give the audience a first look at this new upcoming NIST CSF v2.0 and show how they can use it to protect their companies from a myriad of cyber security risks in 2024 and beyond.