Center for Internet Security issues version 2.0 of ‘community defense model,’ prioritizing controls against prevalent attacks

September 30, 2021

Inside Cybersecurity

An updated version of the Center for Internet Security’s “community defense model” matches the group’s well-known set of controls against the most prevalent attack techniques, providing organizations with a path to implementing highly effective and less-costly security measures.

The center on Wednesday issued “Community Defense Model v2.0,” identifying a set of controls that are the “least costly and difficult to implement, [and] are the Safeguards that every enterprise should deploy,” according to CIS.