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To protect your network, your customers, and your data, your organization needs cybersecurity guidance, solutions, and training that are practical, actionable, and enables you to cost-effectively address and manage your cybersecurity risks.

The NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 is voluntary guidance, based on existing standards, guidelines, and practices for organizations to better manage and reduce cybersecurity risk.

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Prohibition of Kaspersky Lab, Inc.

To protect our nation, the Department of Commerce has issued a Final Determination prohibiting Kaspersky Lab, Inc. and its affiliates, subsidiaries, and parent companies (Kaspersky) from engaging in transactions involving the provision of certain cybersecurity and anti-virus products and services to U.S. persons. In accordance with this Final Determination, any resale of Kaspersky cybersecurity or anti-virus software, integration of Kaspersky cybersecurity or anti-virus software into other products and services, or licensing of Kaspersky cybersecurity or anti-virus software for purposes of resale or integration into other products or services, is prohibited in the United States or by U.S. persons.

Kaspersky's products and services pose an unacceptable risk to United States national security and the security and safety of U.S. persons, and an undue risk of subversion of, or sabotage to, the integrity and operation of Information and Communications Technology and Services (ICTS) in the United States. In particular, there is a significant risk of harm to the integrity and operation of ICTS and the ICTS supply chain in the United States.

More Cybersecurity Resources

This resource offers an action plan informed by the way cyberattacks actually happen. It breaks the tasks down by role, starting with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). It then details tasks for a Security Program Manager and the Information Technology (IT) team. While following this advice is not a guarantee you will never have a security incident, it does lay the groundwork for building an effective security program.

In this practice guide, the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) applies standards, best 270 practices, and commercially available technology to demonstrate various mechanisms for trusted 271 network-layer onboarding of IoT devices. This guide shows how to provide network credentials to IoT 272 devices in a trusted manner and maintain a secure device posture throughout the device lifecycle.

This resource discusses the value of SBOM-driven transparency for SaaS and offers recommendations for advancing transparency in SaaS software

This guide is meant to provide organizations with proactive steps to reduce the likelihood and impact of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. These attacks can cost an organization time and money and may impose reputational costs while resources and services are inaccessible

The Cybersecurity Performance Goals (CPGs) provide voluntary guidance to critical infrastructure partners to help them prioritize security investments toward areas that will have the greatest impact on their cybersecurity. This checklist is to be used in tandem with the CPGs to help prioritize and track your organization's implementation.

This living repository includes cybersecurity services provided by CISA, widely used open source tools, and free tools and services offered by private and public sector organizations across the cybersecurity community.

Cybersecurity basics, guidance, solutions, and training to protect your information and manage your cybersecurity risks.

An action-oriented guide for leaders of small businesses on where to start implementing organizational cybersecurity practices.

This series of practices are exceptionally risky, especially in organizations supporting critical infrastructure. The presence of these Bad Practices is exceptionally dangerous and increases risk to our critical infrastructure, on which we rely for national security, economic stability, and life, health, and safety of the public.

The Cyber Resilience Review is a no-cost, voluntary, non-technical assessment to evaluate an organization’s operational resilience and cybersecurity practices.