The National Scheme on Industrial Security (ENSI) is a global instrument to improve cybersecurity in the industrial sector, specially centered in Critical Operators, to improve their capabilities, minimize the risks to which the Essential Services are subject, and stablish methodologies and measures to mitigate them, being applicable to any industrial organization.
ENSI, is actually composed of four elements: General Policy, Lithe Risk Security Assessment (ARLI-SI), Cyberresilience Improvement Measures (IMC) and Value Chain Cyber Security Capability Building Model (C4V).
Guides related to the National Scheme on Industrial Security:
That establishes basic aspects related to ENSI, motivation, objectives and composing elements.
The methodology proposed pretends to be a practical and simple risk assessment model centered in industrial control systems.
That provides with an instrument to diagnose and measure organizations' ability to withstand and overcome disasters and disruptions from the digital environment.
C4V pretends to improve the value chain cybersecurity through the analysis of a series of controls both the promoter organization and its suppliers.