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  • 10 min read

Applying the NIST CSF to U.S. election security

NIST isn’t only useful for corporations -- it’s helpful for guiding security activities around processes like our national elections. Our CISO’s got some thoughts on exactly how to apply NIST to election security.

  • 4 min read

5 tips for writing a cybersecurity policy that doesn’t suck

All good cybersecurity policies share some similar traits. Here are our pro tips for creating a solid policy for your own org.

  • 4 min read

How to start a cybersecurity program (or restart one that lapsed)

If you're left holding the hot potato of a legacy lackluster security program, or are suddenly forced to protect your org and its data with less, here are a few quick steps to take to get cybersecurity efforts back on track.

No R&D
  • 11 min read

Why Expel doesn’t do R&D

Check out how we’re challenging ourselves to approach R&D (innovation) in a new way and not just cut and paste processes from our past just because "we’ve always done it that way."

  • 4 min read

What’s new in the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) v1.1

In case doing a “stare-and-compare” of the original and updated frameworks isn’t your idea of fun, I’ve highlighted three important changes here.

  • 3 min read

Decoded: new changes to NIST’s Cybersecurity Framework

NIST has polished up their Cybersecurity Framework based on thousands of organizations implementing it over the past three years. Our CISO, Bruce Potter, highlights three of the most significant (and practical) changes.

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