College of Computer Science and Engineering
Information & Computer Science Department
Presents Public Seminar
Information Security Maturity Models Evaluations: Measuring NIST Cybersecurity Framework Implementation Status
Date: 24th February, 2021
Time: 03:30 pm – 4:15 pm
Location: MS Teams Link: Click here to join the meeting
Many organizations with critical infrastructure sectors and other businesses start to adopt NIST cybersecurity framework. As the cybersecurity is a long-term investment, organizations adopting the framework need to sustain their cybersecurity capabilities and ensure their growth toward the maturity level needed to deliver the desired outcome. Therefore, there is a need to assess the maturity capability of the cybersecurity program regularly. There exist several maturity capability models that can be used to measure the progress of implementing the cybersecurity program. However, still there are attempts to define a maturity capability model to be used specifically for measuring the cybersecurity programs that adopt the NIST cyber-security framework.
With the aim of identifying and applying evaluation criteria, this paper reviews number of existing maturity models, compares their scales levels definitions, and the used assessment methodology. The paper obtained the criteria based on Subject Matter Experts' feedback and conducted a survey to define the values of those criteria the organizations are looking for in or-der to select the best fit capability maturity models to use in measuring the NIST CSF implementation progress.
Majid received B SC. Degree in Computer Engineering from King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM), Saudi Arabia in 1996. Majid is security consultant at Saudi Arabian Oil Company. He joined the Company in 2002 and worked as IT Analyst, Information System Auditor, Cybersecurity Consultant, and Compliance Specialist. He holds a variety of industrial certifications in the field of information assurance and security including CISM, CISA, CRMA, CRISC, CGEIT, ISO27001 LI/LA, COBIT5 Foundations, and COBIT5 Implementer. His research interests include Cybersecurity, Information Security, Information Audit and Assurance.
All faculty, researchers and graduate students are invited to attend.
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