Secure Your Organization with the CIS Top 20 Controls
Prioritize the way you protect your organization and data from known cyberattack vectors.
The Center for Internet Security is well known for its controls and benchmarks. According to the CIS, “IT security leaders use CIS Controls to quickly establish the protections providing the highest payoff in their organizations. They guide you through a series of 20 foundational and advanced cybersecurity actions, where the most common attacks can be eliminated”.
How Forescout helps you implement the SANS/CIS Top 20 Controls
Forescout helps you to quickly address the basic and foundational levels of the CIS CSC. As the leader in device visibility and control, Forescout helps you visualize your devices so you can quickly address vulnerabilities and reduce risk. With Forescout you can:
- Easily detect unknown devices and obtain an accurate hardware inventory.
- Define cybersecurity policies and determine which assets should be addressed by which policies and topics.
- Manage your IT, IoT and OT devices with a combination of active and passive techniques. Passive monitoring of critical assets reduces interaction with systems that must be available at all cost.
- Integrate with existing or new technology products in order to establish a complete risk mitigation plan.
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