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Cybersecurity Framework

Helping organizations to better understand and improve their management of cybersecurity risk

A recording is now available of the April 23, 2024 CSF 2.0 Community Profiles NCCoE Webinar which focused on helping organizations to develop community profiles

CSF 2.0

For industry, government, and organizations to reduce cybersecurity risks

Read the Document

Top Blue Winding Road

Quick Start Guides

For users with specific common goals

View the Quick Start Guides

CSF 2.0 Profiles

Templates and useful resources for creating and using both CSF profiles 

See the Profiles

Bottom Road Winding Blue

Informative References (Mappings)

See how NIST's resources overlap and share themes

See the Mappings

Latest Updates

  • NIST was awarded the ‘Ecosystem Champion’ Cyber Policy Award for CSF 2.0 efforts on April 24, 2024.
  • A CSF 2.0 Community Profiles NCCoE Webinar took place on April 23, 2024 and focused on  opportunities to help organizations develop community profiles based on the CSF 2.0.
  • On March 20, 2024, NIST hosted a webinar titled “Overview of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 Small Business Quick Start Guide.” The video recording and slides are available here.
  • Aspen Institute hosted a discussion on CSF 2.0, including the Under Secretary for Standards and Technology and NIST Director Laurie Locascio. The video recording is available as a resource.
  • NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 has been published! See the News Release.
  • The NCCoE has released Draft NIST IR 8467, Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) Profile for Genomic Data. This CSF Profile provides voluntary, actionable guidance to help organizations manage, reduce, and communicate cybersecurity risks for systems, networks, and assets that process any type of genomic data.
  • The NCCoE published Final NIST IR 8432, Cybersecurity of Genomic DataThis report summarizes the current practices, challenges, and proposed solutions for securing genomic data, as identified by genomic data stakeholders from industry, government, and academia.
  • The NIST NCCoE has published the final version of NIST Internal Report (NIST IR) 8473, Cybersecurity Framework Profile for Electric Vehicle Extreme Fast Charging Infrastructure

See more Latest Updates


For further information and/or questions about the Cybersecurity Framework