Cybersecurity is complex, confusing and continually changing. It can be hard to tell where to start and where to go. Even the terminology used for cybersecurity can vary from person to person, vendor to vendor or regulation to regulation.
To address this problem, the National Institute of Standards and Technology created a set of guidelines and best practices called the Cybersecurity Framework. NIST first released the framework in 2014, and security experts across a broad range of industries, including the financial sector, began applying it.
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