Implementing the NIST Cybersecurity Framework Shouldn’t be Scary

Successfully Implement The NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF)

According to Gartner, “The NIST Cybersecurity Framework is an absolute minimum of guidance for new or existing cybersecurity risk programs, and is a legal framework for aligning IT to OT security.” However, even with this strong guidance many organizations are still hesitant to implement the security because, at first glance, it can appear overwhelming. 

During this vibrant Webinar cybersecurity and compliance experts Pravin Goyle and Anupam Sahai provide insight on successfully implementing and automating CSF across cloud, on-premise, and hybrid cloud infrastructures. 

What You Will Learn:  

  • The five NIST Cybersecurity Framework functions
  • NIST’s seven steps for establishing a cybersecurity program
  • How to map and automate technical controls defined in CSF
  • How CSF works with other security frameworks

SPEAKERS:


Pravin Goyal, Director of Information Security and Compliance Engineering at Cavirin

Pravin is a cybersecurity expert and has contributed to various CIS security benchmarks. He has authored CIS Docker Benchmark (all versions, including Docker 17.06 benchmark), plus the Kubernetes Security and CIS Quick Cloud Start Benchmarks. He also set up a CIS community around Google Cloud Platform.  Pravin has 18 security certifications and authored 10 publications.

Anupam Sahai, Vice President Product Management at Cavirin

Anupam is an accomplished management, marketing, and technology leader, with extensive experience, directing teams to develop and launch globally renowned products. A recognized expert in the areas of hybrid cloud infrastructures, risk management, cloud security and compliance, Anupam holds three worldwide patents, has published 10+ technical papers, and is a featured speaker at many industry conferences.

Cavirin provides security management across physical, public, and hybrid clouds, supporting AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, VMware, KVM, and Docker.