In this video, learn about the NIST five Framework core functions.
(bright music) … - [Instructor] Okay, let's take a look. … In this challenge, you were to explain … the NIST five framework core functions. … Let's start with identify. … In this phase, you'll identify the physical … and software assets within the organization. … Here, you'll define the business environment, … such as the objectives, mission, stakeholders, … and the organization's role in the supply chain. … You'll outline the governance program … as well as identify legal and regulatory requirements … regarding the cybersecurity capabilities … of the organization. … Here, you'll complete a risk assessment to recognize … the vulnerabilities and threats to the organization. … Now in the protect phase, … we'll use methods to protect the assets. … You'll employ identity management and access control … within the organization … including physical and remote access. … You'll provide security education, training, … and awareness to your employees. … You'll ensure confidentiality, integrity, …
- Auditing security mechanisms
- Locating vulnerabilities
- Exploring types of penetration testing
- Pen testing techniques
- Following a pen-testing blueprint
- Testing physical, wireless, website, database, and email security
- Outsourcing penetration testing
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Organizational Penetration Testing
2. Types of Penetration Testing
Testing using other methods2m 41s
3. Pen Testing Techniques
4. Pen Testing Blueprint
5. Outsourcing Penetration Testing
What's next1m 27s
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