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Two Articles on the Frameworks First Birthday

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I came across these two articles today whilst performing a little research on the Framework. It is hard to believe that it has been a year since the Framework was released to industry. Some major steps have been made but there is more to do.  The first article published by The White House 02-03-2015 lists the below as  commitments to the Framework.

  • Intel is releasing a paper on its use of the Framework and requiring all of its vendors to use the Framework by contract.
  • Apple is incorporating the Framework as part of the broader security protocols across its corporate networks.
  • Bank of America will announce that it is using the Framework and will also require it of its vendors.
  • U.S. Bank and Pacific Gas & Electric are announcing that they are committed to using the Framework.
  • AIG is starting to incorporate the NIST framework into how it underwrites cyber insurance for large, medium-sized, and small businesses and will use the framework to help customers identify gaps in their approach to cybersecurity.
  • QVC is announcing that it is using the Cybersecurity Framework in its risk management.
  • Walgreens is announcing its support for the Cybersecurity Framework and that it uses it as one of its tools for identifying and measuring risk.
  • Kaiser Permanente is committing to use the Framework.

Source:

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2015/02/13/fact-sheet-white-house-summit-cybersecurity-and-consumer-protection

 

ACFEA's Signal Magazine also wrote a nice piece in support of the Framework.

 

http://www.afcea.org/content/?q=happy-birthday-nists-cybersecurity-framework

 

To all that have been involve since the beginning and since. This is good work and thank you!!

 

 

Happy Birthday Cybersecurity Framework.

 

 

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