NIST Cyber Security Framework Report

How to Take Your Cyber Security Forward with the NIST Framework

How to Use Deception 2.0 with the NIST Cyber Security Framework

Learn how the NIST Framework enables organizations – regardless of size, degree of cybersecurity risk, or cybersecurity sophistication – to apply the principles and best practices of risk management to improving security and resilience.

In this report, you'll get:

  • How the NIST Cyber Security Framework (CSF) helps establish InfoSec processes for cyber risk management
  • NIST's 23 activities and controls, and how to evaluate them against your organization's risk tolerance
  • How Acalvio's ShadowPlex helps you with 14 NIST CSF controls related ot detection & threat characterization

Why Choose Deception for Cyber Security?

With the evolving threat landscape, breaches are becoming increasingly common. As per Ponemon Institute, in 2017, the average time required to detect a breach was 191 days and the average time required to contain a breach was 66 days. These time frames can have a significant impact on businesses relying on technology for their continued operations.

This has led to a renewed focus on threat detection and response—how to detect faster, analyze better, and respond quickly. Deception, as one of those cyber security strategies, excels at detecting threats, understanding adversary behavior, and disrupting certain phases of the kill chain. Deception technology is also lauded for it's ease of deployment and ability to scale.

Acalvio – Award Winning Solution




“ShadowPlex represents a very significant architectural advancement in the deception marketplace. Variable interaction deceptions, combined with its cloud deployment options, makes for greater efficacy and cost effectiveness, and makes ShadowPlex a best-in-class distributed deception platform.”

– Golan Ben Oni, CIO, IDT Telecom