Conclusion: The updated NIST cybersecurity framework (CSF) is a pragmatic tool to enable an organisation to gain clarity on its current level of capability for cyber risk management. Remembering that visibility, as a principle, is both an objective of the framework, but also a guide when working through the framework will make application of the framework much more valuable. Aiming for visibility will enable an organisation to accurately gauge itself against each function, category and subcategory. Visibility will enable an organisation to honestly assert current capability, and the gap to a more desirous level of capability. Achieving visibility will require ongoing collaboration with business stakeholders which, in turn, delivers visibility to these same stakeholders and ultimately enables informed decision making.

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James Turner

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James Turner

James Turner is an IBRS emeritus Advisor who specialised in cyber security and risk and facilitates the CIO Cyber and Risk Network on behalf of IBRS. James has over a decade of experience as an industry analyst and advisor; researching the cyber security industry in Australia. As an IBRS Advisor, James authored over 100 IBRS Advisory papers, led dozens of executive roundtables, and presented at numerous conferences.