Center for Internet Security
The Critical Security Controls (the Controls), a recommended set of actions for cyber defense that provide specific and actionable ways to thwart the most pervasive attacks. The Controls have been developed and maintained by an international, grass-roots consortium which includes a broad range of companies, government agencies, institutions, and individuals from every part of the ecosystem (threat responders and analysts, security technologists, vulnerability-finders, tool builders, solution providers, front-line defenders, users, consultants, policy-makers, executives, academia, auditors, etc.) who have banded together to create, adopt, and support the Controls.
The Controls are developed and maintained by a volunteer consortium of hundreds of security experts from across the public and private sectors. This community-based approach gives every enterprise access to recommendations by some of the best minds in the business. Since the Controls are derived from the most common attack patterns and vetted across a very broad community of government and industry, with consensus on the resulting set of controls, they serve as a very strong basis for high-value action.
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