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Learn about CIS Controls Implementation Groups and the Controls Assessment Module

Thursday, August 29, 2019 | 2:00 PM, EDT

The CIS Controls Implementation Groups (IG) are self-assessed based on your organization’s resources and cybersecurity expertise. We split the 171 CIS Sub-Controls into 3 separate groups as a new way to prioritize the CIS Controls. These are all a combination of technical and procedural defenses. For IG1, we have selected 43 CIS Sub-Controls as our new cyber hygiene that is aimed all smaller organizations with fewer resources. The CIS Controls Assessment Module helps organizations measure their application of the IG1 in Windows 10 environments.

What Attendees Will Learn:

  1. Learn about Implementation Groups
  2. Why Implementation Group 1 is the new cyber hygiene
  3. How the Controls Assessment Module can help you measure Implementation Group 1 in Windows 10 Environments

Josh Franklin

Senior Cybersecurity Engineer, CIS

josh-franklin-cis-controlsJosh is a Senior Cybersecurity Engineer at the Center for Internet Security (CIS). He is the product owner for CIS Controls version 7.1 and version 8. He is also focused on developing companion guides for mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. Prior to CIS, Joshua researched enterprise mobile security, cellular security, and electronic voting at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). While at NIST, he managed the mobile security laboratory at the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE). Joshua graduated from George Mason University with a Master of Science in Information Security and Assurance.

Aaron Piper

Senior Controls Content Developer Lead, CIS

Aaron Piper is a member of the CIS Controls Team focusing on automated measurement of the Controls. Prior to joining CIS, Aaron worked in cybersecurity for the federal government for more than a decade.