Cyber Security In One Framework NIS2 Basic

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The CSIF NIS Basic is designed to deliver robust information security measures tailored for all enterprises that wants to be NIS2 Compliance. This NIS2 Basic level encompasses standard technology and processes typically already available within organizations, refined where necessary to provide effective security value. Several measures are identified as key and require particular attention.


Inventory Management: Physical devices, software platforms, and external systems are thoroughly inventoried.
Data Flow Mapping: Organizational communication and data flows are meticulously mapped.
Prioritization of Resources: Resources are classified, critical elements are identified, and business value is assessed.
Cybersecurity Policy: Organizational cybersecurity policies are established, communicated, and aligned with legal and regulatory requirements.
Risk Management: Governance processes are in place to address and mitigate cybersecurity risks.




Identity and Access Management: Identities and credentials are managed, verified, and audited for all authorized devices, users, and processes.

  • Physical Security: Physical access to assets is tightly controlled and protected.
  • Network Security: Network integrity is maintained through segregation and segmentation.
  • Data Protection: Both data-at-rest and data-in-transit are securely protected.
  • Asset Management: Assets are managed throughout their lifecycle with formal policies.
  • System Integrity: Separate development and testing environments ensure system integrity.
  • Backup and Recovery: Regular backups are conducted, maintained, and tested.
  • Human Resources Security: Cybersecurity measures extend to HR practices, including personnel screening and deprovisioning.
  • Maintenance and Audit: Maintenance activities are logged, and audit records are reviewed in accordance with policy.


  • Event Monitoring: Event data is collected and correlated from multiple sources to detect potential cybersecurity incidents.
  • Network and Personnel Monitoring: The network and personnel activities are monitored to detect suspicious activities and malicious code.




Incident Response: A comprehensive response plan is executed during or after an incident, incorporating lessons learned and sharing information as needed.


Recovery Plan: A recovery plan is executed during or after a cybersecurity incident to restore operations effectively.


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