NIST CSF 2.0 Brings New Changes & Functions

In 2024, NIST released version 2.0 of their Cybersecurity Framework. This updated guidance represents the first major update since NIST CSF was originally published in 2014, incorporating feedback from users to better reflect the modern cybersecurity landscape and to address emerging threats and technologies. These revisions aim to ensure the framework remains relevant, effective, and can guide organizations in enhancing their cybersecurity posture in the face of modern cyber risks.

At the heart of 2.0's updates is the CSF 2.0 Reference Tool, an interactive and innovative platform designed to help organizations establish closer alignment with the framework. In addition, an entirely new "Govern" function has been added to the framework's core functions, plus a host of new category and subcategory updates.

BeyondTrust Satisfies Foundational NIST CSF 2.0 Guidance

As a market-leading provider of identity security and privileged access management (PAM) solutions, BeyondTrust provides many of the security controls supported by, and in some cases, specifically defined by the framework and articulated in the CSF 2.0 Reference Tool.

Download your copy of this guide to access an in-depth mapping of BeyondTrust solutions to the categories and sub-categories outlined in the NIST CSF 2.0 guidance, the CSF Reference Tool, and more, including:

  • The true impact of NIST CSF 2.0 across the cybersecurity landscape
  • A breakdown of what's new and what’s changed in version 2.0
  • How to increase your alignment to the framework while improving your cybersecurity posture

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"The global applicability of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 signifies a recognition of the interconnected nature of today’s digital world. By designing the framework to be adaptable across different regions and industries, NIST ensures its guidance is relevant and actionable for a wide array of organizations worldwide. This global perspective is crucial for addressing cybersecurity challenges that cross national borders."

NIST CSF 2.0: How BeyondTrust Capabilities Map to the Framework
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