Security frameworks are critical to an organization's security posture and compliance strategy.
Cybersecurity plans shore up risk and protect the enterprise from threats, minimizing potential attack vectors. A holistic security strategy’s impact is wholly variable from organization to organization since it considers needs unique to each. These differences can be industry-regulated compliance, like healthcare or education, or determined by your security teams with Acceptable Use Policies (AUPs) or identity and access management requirements.
Organizationally set requirements may not have severe consequences if they're not met, and it is simply an act of enforcing compliance with an operating system (OS) update before accessing corporate resources. However, not meeting the industry-specific compliance requirements that apply to your organization can have financial and legal recourse. The risk of data loss, reputation and money accompanying security risks and threats have their costs too.
So, we're breaking it down for you.
Security frameworks and the benefits they provide organizations of all sizes and industries, not to mention their role in developing cohesive strategies for minimizing risk factors, maintaining compliance goals, and so much more.
This e-book provides:
- An understanding of security frameworks
- The different frameworks for different needs
- Best practices for security compliance
- And why Apple and Jamf are trusted partners in this domain