Is the free to use Secure Controls Framework the one meta-framework to rule them all?
Check out this post and discussion for the basis of our conversation on this week’s episode which is co-hosted by me, David Spark (@dspark), the creator of CISO Series and Allan Alford (@AllanAlfordinTX), CISO at Mitel. Our guest is Tom Cornelius, founder of and contributor to the Secure Controls Framework (SCF) (@scf_support).
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On this episode of Defense in Depth, you’ll learn:
- Purpose of the Secure Controls Framework is to have a single framework to address multiple requirements. It’s a meta-framework that takes into consideration the controls of all other frameworks.
- You only need to use the security controls that are important and relevant to you. For that reason, don’t be daunted by the number of controls on SCF (currently 750).
- You can have security without privacy, but you can’t have privacy without security. Integrating privacy and security is critical to SCF.