Download the latest CSIAC DOD Policy Chart here: https://dodiac.dtic.mil/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/2021-06-24-csiac-dod-cybersecurity-policy-chart.pdf
As quoted from the Defense Technical Information Center:
The goal of the DoD Cybersecurity Policy Chart is to capture the tremendous breadth of applicable policies, some of which many cybersecurity professionals may not even be aware, in a helpful organizational scheme. The use of color, fonts and hyperlinks are all designed to provide additional assistance to cybersecurity professionals navigating their way through policy issues in order to defend their networks, systems and data.
At the bottom center of the chart is a legend that identifies the originator of each policy by a color-coding scheme. On the right hand side of the Cybersecurity Policy Chart, there are boxes, which identify key legal authorities, federal/national level cybersecurity policies, and operational and subordinate level documents that provide details on defending the DoD Information Network (DoDIN) and its assets. Links to these documents can be found in the Chart.
Further reading from DTIC: http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives
The hardest part of using ReadyCert is selecting your requirements, and we're working to make this easier. In the mean-time, we have built an agnostic system that can collectively define what a requirement is and track it through to the final certification checklists. This is tantamount to always knowing where you stand in your compliance program. The ReadyCert system was designed to intake the requirements that pertain to your compliance program and move them through both project and enterprise life cycles. ReadyCert has a module for defining your system components and it captures Plan of Action & Milestone data as well as Project Roadmap, Gap/Goal data and a plethora of other information related to your compliance program and inherited by your selected compliance requirements.
We encourage you to dive in to the Policy Chart and to know that ReadyCert has your back for your new DoD-level security and compliance program.
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