NIST is asking the public for suggestions to improve the effectiveness of the CSF and its alignment with other cybersecurity domains. The agency is also requesting suggestions and guidance regarding supply chain risks.
Initially released in 2014, after extensive public involvement and collaboration, this marks the second time that NIST will update the CSF. Since then, the CSF has been downloaded more than 1.6 million times and has been adopted internationally, with translations into at least six other languages.
NIST first updated the CSF in 2018, this 2022 revision will be second to cover the new and more sophisticated cybersecurity threats.
News about the RFI from NIST
Link to the NIST Request for Information