Please join us for this online Zoom presentation by Andrew Micone, Security Operations Manager at Clearwater Analytics
Please Note: Zoom information will be sent in a follow up email to the ISACA account email address.
The NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF), the U.S. government’s information security guidance for critical industries, was finalized in April 2018 and since then has been adopted among many industries and government agencies as their new information security management framework. There was little advancement since then, but in 2022 NIST began to solicit feedback from the industry anticipating the August push towards CSF 2.0. Learn about the industry feedback on CSF 1.1 and preview some of the changes that will be taking place as efforts around CSF 2.0 advance, as well as information on the new NIST privacy framework.
Andrew Micone is a Futurist who previously participated in previous NIST Cybersecurity forums as part of the supply-chain and logistics body RosettaNet, the original National Cybersecurity working groups at UCSD, at the invitation of NIST to respond for the health care industry vertical for the framework at NCU, and as part of the recent industry feedback session for the National Privacy Framework at BSU. He is currently the Security Operations Manager at Clearwater Analytics. His current academic work is part of the futurist think-tank TechCast, a special project of the policy institute of George Washington University.