What are the NIST 800-53 technical controls?
What are the NIST 800-53 control families?
- Access Control.
- Awareness and Training.
- Audit and Accountability.
- Assessment, Authorization and Monitoring.
- Configuration Management.
- Contingency Planning.
- Identification and Authentication.
- Incident Response.
What is the difference between NIST 800-53 and CSF?
NIST CSF provides a flexible framework that any organization can use for creating and maintaining an information security program. NIST 800-53 and NIST 800-171 provide security controls for implementing NIST CSF. NIST 800-53 aids federal agencies and entities doing business with them to comply as required with FISMA.
What are the 4 technical controls?
Firewalls, intrusion detection systems (IDS), encryption, and identification and authentication mechanisms are examples of technical controls.
How many controls are in NIST?
Private organizations voluntarily comply with NIST 800-53 because its 18 control families help them meet the challenge of selecting the appropriate basic security controls, policies and procedures to protect information security and privacy.
How many controls are there in CSF?
Before we start explaining how NIST CSF controls work, it is important to start at the top. At the top of the framework are the five key function areas: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover. These function areas are then distilled down into categories, of which there are 23 in total.
How many controls are in NIST CSF?
108 security controls
There are a total of 108 security controls that provide specific security action items for organizations. Each subcategory also provides resources referencing elements of other frameworks such as ISO 27001, COBIT, ISA 62443, and NIST SP 800-53 for further guidance.
What is the purpose of the NIST 800-53 checklist?
This checklist is merely to get an organization to design operations and internal networks to meet NIST 800-53 compliance. The full report should be consulted when an organization moves into full compliance operations, as it is quite exhaustive.
What is the NIST SP 800-53 derivative format?
This NIST SP 800-53 database represents the derivative format of controls defined in NIST SP 800-53 Revision 5, Security and Privacy Controls for Information Systems and Organizations. Derivative data formats of the forthcoming SP 800-53A, Revision 5 controls will be available when the publication is finalized (anticipated by early 2022).
Where can I learn more about NIST recommendations?
To learn more about NIST recommendations, read this blog on the institute’s memorized secrets guidelines.
What is included in the SP 800-53b?
The entire security and privacy control catalog in spreadsheet format. Note: For a spreadsheet of control baselines, see the SP 800-53B details. Describes the changes to each control and control enhancement, provides a brief summary of the changes, and includes an assessment of the significance of the changes.