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Turn the NIST Cybersecurity Framework into Reality: 5 Steps
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ElizaPt
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ElizaPt,
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10/2/2018 | 1:00:48 PM
Thanks!
Your way of telling the whole thing in this post is genuinely fastidious, all be capable of simply understand it, Thanks a lot.
Sportialize
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Sportialize,
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9/26/2018 | 5:53:11 PM
Re: proof reading is for losers right?
Hehe, nice find !
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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9/20/2018 | 4:00:28 PM
There really are 5 steps!
Yep. copy & paste error left out Step 4! Details in the commentary. But here's a brief recap:

Step 1: Set your target goals

Step 2: Create a detailed profile

Step 3: Assess your current position

Step 4: Gap analysis action plans

Step 5: Implement action plan

 

 

 

 
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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9/20/2018 | 12:40:02 PM
Re: proof reading is for losers right?
Good catch! All fixed. Thanks for being such a great proofreader. --the editors
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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9/20/2018 | 12:39:12 PM
Re: proof reading is for losers right?
Good catch! It's four steps. Editor error! :-)

Fortunately we have very astute readers. Thanks!
errwhat
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errwhat,
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9/20/2018 | 11:52:17 AM
proof reading is for losers right?
Step 1, Step 2, Step 2 again, Step 4 and no step 5?

 

I think you might need to proof read this again ^^


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