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One security framework may be key to cyber effectiveness
This article is part of the Information Security issue of May 2020, Vol. 21, No. 2
The risks associated with ineffective security can be dire, but one expert believes there's a security framework that stands above the rest in enabling effective cybersecurity processes for enterprises. SearchSecurity spoke with Adam Isles -- principal at The Chertoff Group, a security and risk management advisory firm based in Washington, D.C. -- about the top security risk trends for 2020, including an expectation that customers and business partners will demand better measurements for the effectiveness of cybersecurity processes and tools. While many security frameworks are considered good starting points, they aren't the most effective options for mitigating risk, Isles said, adding that enterprises would benefit from using the Mitre ATT&CK framework, as well as by joining an Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO) or Information Technology Information Sharing and Analysis Center (IT-ISAC). Editor's note: This interview has been lightly edited for length and clarity. The Chertoff Group's 2020 Security Risk ...
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