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The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) provides practical measures to help UK government bodies meet their Protective Monitoring needs. This guidance, which evolved from the former CESG Good Practice Guide No 13 (GPG13), covers logging, monitoring and security operations. NCSC’s guidance is aimed at helping UK government departments, agencies, critical national infrastructure and public sector supply chains protect their information and systems. It also has relevance for local government and the wider public sector.
UK Government organisations and agencies have clear responsibilities concerning the safe-keeping of information and the IT security of their systems. The guidance can be found at the NCSC site here.
Our compliance guide to the established GPG13 standard shows how Huntsman Security’s Enterprise SIEM supports UK government organisations meet the aims of NCSC by:
Achieving GPG13 Compliance
Our GPG13 Compliance Guide covers the following key concepts:
More recent guidance has focused on the wider process objectives such as logging, threat detection and incident handling. In some of the finer detail, this guidance echoes the requirements of GPG13 with regard to protective monitoring.
Huntsman Security’s Enterprise SIEM can form the basis of a security operations centre that follows this ethos.
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