Critical Systems Cybersecurity Controls1415
18 December, 2019
The National Cybersecurity Authority has developed basic cybersecurity controls, in conjunction with the Essential Cybersecurity Controls, they are aiming to provide the minimum basic cybersecurity requirements for the Critical Systems.
Those controls have been developed based on best practices and standards to meet the current security needs and improve the readiness of entities in the scope of these controls, so they can protect their sensitive systems and prevent the unauthorized access, which results in costly risks and losses at the national level.
They consist of 32 core controls and 73 sub controls, divided into four main components:
- Cybersecurity Governance.
- Enhanced Cybersecurity.
- Cybersecurity Resilience.
- Cybersecurity Related to Third Parties and Cloud Computing.
The Critical Systems Cybersecurity Controls are mandatory, where all bodies within the scope of these controls must implement what keeps the permanent and continuous commitment to these controls.
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