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The rapid acceleration of digital transformation has contributed to a rise in cybersecurity incidents. E-commerce, online banking, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are becoming a primary target for hackers to steal personal information, commit online theft, or commit malware attacks. According to the ENISA Threat Landscape report, cyberattacks are becoming more sophisticated, targeted, widespread, and undetected. Societies still have a long way to go before they can ensure that their digital environments are more secure. To combat the growing threats posed by digitalization and strengthen security requirements, enterprises need to address the following:

  • Security of supply chains
  • Streamline reporting obligations
  • Introduce more stringent supervisory measures
  • Stricter enforcement requirements

The new Network and Information Systems (NIS2) Directive will further strengthen the cybersecurity with reformed framework. In the long run, this will help more entities and sectors take the necessary steps to enhance their cybersecurity.

NIS Directive Objectives

National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) Cyber Assessment Framework (CAF) further strengthens this directive implementation by providing a systematic and comprehensive approach to assessing the extent to which cyber risks to essential functions are being managed by the organization responsible.

CAF Objectives:


Assessment Approach

Phase 1: Preparation

The preparation stage involves defining the scope of the assessment, identifying the key stakeholders and their roles, and agreeing on the assessment criteria and methodologies.

Phase 2: Assessment, Compliance Report & Recommendations


During the assessment stage, the organization’s network and information systems are analyzed to identify potential security risks and weaknesses. This may include a review of security policies and procedures, a technical assessment of the organization’s network and systems, and an evaluation of the organization’s incident response procedures

Compliance Report: 

The results of the assessment are documented in a comprehensive report, which provides a clear and detailed understanding of the organization’s current security posture, including an analysis of the risks and weaknesses identified during the assessment and documenting the organization’s compliance with the NIS Directive and the CAF regulation, including a verification of the security measures and controls in place and recommendations for improvement where necessary


Based on the findings of the assessment, the CAF assessment approach provides recommendations for improving the organization’s security posture, including specific recommendations for addressing identified risks and weaknesses along with a comprehensive security roadmap outlining the security measures and controls that the organization will implement to improve its security posture, including a timeline for implementation and a description of the resources required

Phase 3: Implementation

The final stage of the CAF assessment approach involves implementing the recommended security measures to improve the organization’s overall security posture. This may include the development and deployment of new security policies and procedures, the implementation of technical controls, and the provision of security training for employees


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