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==Other Relevant Wikis on Cyber Security==
==Other Relevant Wikis on Cyber Security==
*[[GC HTTPS Everywhere]]
*[[GC HTTPS Everywhere]]
* [[Gc-cyber]]
* [[Secure Teleworking]]
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Revision as of 16:19, 26 March 2020

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  • To provide departments and agencies with an easy to use tool to enable a better understanding of their cyber security maturity posture.
  • A repeatable and uniform self-assessment based on the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cyber Security Framework (CSF).

Departemental Benefits & Outcomes


Risk Management

  • Ensure that enterprise cyber risks are being adequately managed

Response Time

  • Increase response time to potential risks by ensuring a secure and resilient enterprise infrastructure that enables the trusted delivery of programs and services

Cost and Time Saving

  • Reducing the cost and time spent in assessing cyber security maturity through other means (e.g., third party assessors). The CSM self-assessment is expected to take a few hours to complete and will be at no additional cost to departments and agencies.


Prioritize Actions

  • Identify areas that require improvement and prioritize future actions

Continual assessment

  • Continually reassess maturity using departmental results as a baseline

Ongoing dialogue

  • Continue the open dialogue to foster greater collaboration across the GC and to ensure that best practices within the security community are being leveraged.

Framework Overview

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