Cybersecurity has rapidly risen to be a critical issue for industrial operators. But determining the right level and mix of resourcing for this effort and making a business case for cybersecurity staffing remains a significant challenge.
With other operational priorities, it can be hard for operators to evaluate how and with whom to staff their cybersecurity programs. Yet the failure to do so effectively opens businesses to a range of operational, regulatory and safety hazards.
In this paper, on staffing for cybersecurity, we detail five key considerations for plant managers, drawn from the scope of work for defending industrial networks found in the NIST Cybersecurity Framework: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond and Recover.
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