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Why choose 6clicks to support your NIST Cyber Security Framework compliance?

 

AI-powered GRC with unlimited user licensing across all plans.

 

 

 

6clicks helps you automate and demonstrate compliance with NIST Cyber Security Framework

Features 6clicks
Integrated NIST CSF controls (as well as hundreds of other standards, frameworks and regulations)
Ready to use NIST CSF assessment template available from the 6clicks content library
Out-of-the-box reporting and analytics for your NIST CSF assessments
Aggregate the results of NIST CSF assessments across multiple systems or suppliers
Share the results of your assessments and your policies & controls in your very own Trust Portal
Manage the full lifecycle of risks, issues and incidents
Unlimited user licensing across all plans
Unique Hub & Spoke architecture for easy distributed deployment
Easy integration with 4,000 apps via Zapier
IRAP Protected SaaS Offering for Australian Government & Defence
Vulnerability management capability with Nessus & Qualys integration
White labelling available for advisors and MSPs

What is NIST CSF?

 

NIST CSF is a framework for cyber security that provides the guidelines for mitigating organizational cybersecurity risks, published by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) based on existing standards, guidelines, and practices.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

What is NIST?

NIST stands for the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Founded in 1901, it is now a part of the U.S. Department of Commerce. It is responsible for developing technology, metrics, and standards for organisations in the U.S. to drive innovation and economic growth. The cyber security standards by NIST are used by many organisations.

What is the NIST cybersecurity framework?

The NIST CSF (cybersecurity framework) is a set of guidelines and best practices to reduce cyber risks and improve cybersecurity. It provides the framework for identifying, detecting, preventing, responding to, and recovering from cyber attacks.

What is NIST compliance?

NIST compliance is when an organization implements at least one of the NIST publications. Compliance is mandatory for federal agencies and contractors & subcontractors working with the federal government. For other businesses in the private sector, compliance isn’t mandatory.

What is NIST 800-53?

NIST Special Publication 800-53 defines the security and privacy controls for U.S. Federal Information Systems and Organisations required to meet the requirements of the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA).

What is the purpose of NIST 800-53?

The purpose of the NIST 800-53 guidelines is to improve the security of the information systems used within the federal government.

What is the NIST risk management framework?

NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF) is a 7-step process to manage risks associated with information security, privacy, and cyber supply chain. It is a comprehensive risk-based approach and is repeatable, scalable, and flexible.