The National Cyber Security Agency (NCSC) has updated its risk management guidance to provide practical advice that is relevant to modern technology systems and services. The guidance is backed by practical experience, feedback from users, and expert research.
While some things remain unchanged, such as the importance of using component-driven and system-driven perspectives on risk, there are three entirely new sections. These include an 8-step cyber security risk management framework, a cyber security risk management toolbox, and a basic risk assessment and management method for those new to risk management.
Additionally, the assurance model from CESG's deprecated 'Good Practice Guides' has been revived to help organizations gain and maintain assurance in the products, systems, and services they use.
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