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Trusted CI Webinar: The Trusted CI Framework; Overview and Recent Developments
The Trusted CI Framework is a tool to help organizations establish and refine their cybersecurity programs. In response to an abundance of guidance focused narrowly on cybersecurity controls, Trusted CI set out to develop a new framework that would empower organizations to confront cybersecurity from a mission-oriented, programmatic, and full organizational lifecycle perspective. The Trusted CI Framework recommends organizations take control of their cybersecurity the same way they would any other important business concern: by adopting a programmatic approach.

This webinar will provide an introduction to the Trusted CI Framework, including a walkthrough of the 16 “Musts” for establishing a competent cybersecurity program. Then we will go on to cover recent developments with the Trusted CI Framework, including:

1. The publication of the first “Framework Implementation Guide,” which provides in-depth guidance on how to implement each Framework Must;

2. The experiences of NOIRLab (NSF Major Facility) as the first official Framework adopter; and

3. The announcement of the “Framework Cohort” for 2022, an initiative to help Major Facilities adopt and implement the Framework.

About Trusted CI: Trusted CI is the NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence. See our website trustedci.org.

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Oct 25, 2021 11:00 AM in Indiana (East)

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Speakers

Scott Russell
Senior Policy Analyst @Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, Indiana University
Scott Russell is a Senior Policy Analyst at the Indiana University Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research. Scott was previously the Postdoctoral Fellow in Information Security Law & Policy. Scott’s work thus far has emphasized private sector cybersecurity best practices, data aggregation and the First and Fourth Amendments, and cybercrime in international law. Scott studied Computer Science and History at the University of Virginia and received his J.D. from the Indiana University, Maurer School of Law.