Sunburst Visualization of the Cyber Security Framework v2.0

Sunburst diagrams visualize the cumulative (or recursive) size of each element along a radial axis. The size of the sector indicates the cumulative number of CSF elements or controls that are encompassed by that sector. For example, you can see below that the CSF functions containing the most controls are Govern and Identify. 

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Sunburst Visualization of the Privacy Framework

Overview

Sunburst diagrams visualize the cumulative (or recursive) size of each element along a radial axis. The size of the sector indicates the cumulative number of Privacy Framework (PF) elements or controls that are encompassed by that sector. For example, you can see below that the PF function containing the most controls is Govern-P for the NIST SP 800-53r5 Privacy Baseline and Protect-P for the entire SP 800-53r5 control set.

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Sunburst Diagram of a Security Control Set

Overview

Sunburst diagrams visualize the cumulative (or recursive) size of each element along a radial axis. The size of the sector indicates the cumulative number of CSF elements or controls that are encompassed by that sector.

Using the digram below, you can visualize the relative size of each group of controls (e.g., control families) given a baseline, threat vector, etc. This allows you to see the relative number of controls dedicated to each function.

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Sunburst Visualization of the Cyber Security Framework

Overview

Sunburst diagrams visualize the cumulative (or recursive) size of each element along a radial axis. The size of the sector indicates the cumulative number of CSF elements or controls that are encompassed by that sector. For example, you can see below that the CSF function containing the most controls is Protect.

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