Use the Filters module to narrow down a search on specific Statements you may be looking for and the Assessments they may lie in. This includes filters such as Not Applicable, In Scope, Required for CSF Certification, Maturity Rating, and Gap Rating.

  • Filters – Filter through your assessment by Subscriber Name, Not Applicable, In Scope, Assessment Domain to narrow down a specific answer you are looking for.
    • Subscriber Name – Click on a checkbox to narrow down your search for one of your subscribers.
    • Not Applicable – Click on either No, Yes, or both to find the Domains that were mentioned as Not Applicable.
    • In Scope – Click on either In Scope, Not In Scope, or both check boxes if you want to only view the controls that were applicable in your Assessment.
    • Required for CSF Certification – Click on either False, True, or both to find the Domains that are Required for CSF Certification.
    • Required for CSF Privacy – Click on the False checkbox if you do not want to include the CSF Privacy Domain in your search.
    • Assessment Domain – Click on one of your Domains to view only the Statements from those Assessments pertaining to the Domains Selected.
    • Requirement Statement – Search for any individual Requirement Statements in your Assessments by typing in the Description of the Statement in the search field.
    • Maturity Rating – Search and find Statements for any Maturity Rating values ranging from 1- to 5+ in any of your Assessments.
    • GAP Rating – Click both CSF Compliant or GAP Identified to produce Domains that contain these options in your search.
    • Residual Risk Rating – Find the risk rating each Assessment carries corresponding to the results from their Assessments.
    • User Name – Find Statements that any one of your users under this subscription have answered including those users assigned to Statements

Filters

  1. After authenticating through the MyCSF Portal, click on ‘Analytics’ in the top Menu bar.
  2. Once pressed, choose the option of Dashboards.
  3. Press the module named ‘Filters’ in the left Nav bar.

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