The U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit, an independent research group that supplies the U.S. Department of Homeland Security with information on the consequences of cyber-attacks and evaluates the cost-effectiveness of countermeasures in place to prevent such attacks, has released the final version of its “Cyber-Security Check List”.

This list is a comprehensive guide to help those responsible for managing the security of their information and is broken down into the following categories, hardware, software, networks, automation, humans and suppliers. 

I reviewed earlier drafts of this document and provided feedback and insight which has been incorporated into the final version.

The US Cyber Consequences Unit have made the list available for posting on any responsible website and is available for download at BH Consulting’s site here.

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