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Success Stories

To increase awareness, understanding, and use of the Cybersecurity Framework, NIST is highlighting brief "success stories" explaining how diverse organizations use the Framework to improve their cybersecurity risk management.

These brief summaries focus on why and how the organization used the Framework, emphasizing the variety of approaches and benefits, typically including results, lessons learned, and next steps. Success stories highlight Framework use by Individual organizations (company, not-for- profit, government agency) or a group of organizations within a sector. U.S. and non-U.S. organizations may be featured.

Success stories also offer featured organizations the opportunity to be viewed as a leader in their industry or sector. Those organizations contribute to their sector's supply chains, community, and nation by sharing their experiences and lessons learned.

For more information regarding the creation and submission of success stories, see Guidance on Preparation and Review.


Success Story Catalog

Israel National Cyber Directorate 
International 
Success Story

Cimpress-FAIR 
General 
Success Story

Multi-State - Information Sharing and Analysis Center
State, Local, Tribal and Territorial 
Success Story

University of Kansas Medical Center
Academia
Success Story

University of Pittsburgh
Academia
Success Story

ISACA
Information Technology, Workforce Training
Success Story

Japanese Cross-Sector Forum
International
Success Story

University of Chicago
Academia
Success Story

Created April 12, 2018, Updated October 15, 2019