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ISO/IEC – International Organization for Standardization

ISO/IEC 27000 provides an overview of information security management systems.

The ISO 27000 is a international standard entitled:
Information technology — Security techniques — Information security management systems — Overview and vocabulary

NIST – National Institute of standards and technology

NIST is a cybersecurity framework with the hope of helping organizations to better understand and improve their management of cybersecurity risk.
The NIST helps organizations to think cybersecurity as a part of their risk management processes, and consist of three main parts: The core framework, the Implementation Tiers and the Framework Profiles.

SAFe – Scaled Agile Framework

SAFe for Lean Enterprises is the world’s leading business agility framework. The framework is built upon individual influence and responsibility with the goal. of increasing Time-To-Marked, quality, productivity and engagement.

The SAFe framework contains a scalable structure that allows everything from essential to full incorporation.

CIS – Center for Internet Security

Center for Internet Security is an organization with the goal of identifying, developing, validating, promoting, and sustain best practice solutions that help people, businesses, and governments protect themselves against pervasive cyber threats.
CIS provides a series of controls, developed as best practice guidelines for computer security.

SOC – Security Operations Center

A Security Operations Center is a central unit monitoring and dealing with all security issues from one central point. The SOC contains three main building blocks consisting of Businesses, People and Processes – held together by technology and services in the operation center.
Combined with a SOC-Capability Maturity Model (SOC-CMM) allows for full measurement of Capability and Maturity.