Decoding CUI: A Highly Valued Data Type at Risk

Presented by

Ali Pabrai, CEO, ecfirst

About this talk

Certain types of unclassified information are extremely sensitive, sought after by strategic competitors and adversaries, and often have legal safeguarding requirements. Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) is government-created or -owned information that requires safeguards or dissemination controls consistent with laws, regulations and government policies. Like Personal Data (PD) and Personally Identified Information (PII), CUI is highly-valued information, requiring better understanding by cybersecurity and compliance professionals. In this presentation, we dive into the essential aspects of CUI, such as • CUI concepts and NIST standards. • The CUI registry, categories and markings. • What cybersecurity and compliance professionals must know to protect CUI.

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