The Center for Internet Security (CIS) Controls is a set of rules that allow organizations to improve their cybersecurity program. It guards private and public organizations against cyber threats and promotes best-practice cybersecurity standards and policies. The Center for Internet Security (CIS) is a non-profit making organization. Its purpose is to advance an organization’s cybersecurity posture and respond to known and unknown threats. CIS provides a range of tools, resources and programs to achieve this security level.
Version 8 of the CIS Controls has 18 top-level Controls and 153 Safeguards distributed throughout the three implementation groups (IGs). The 18 new controls are following.
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