Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model

Updated: Nov 7, 2019

As the cybersecurity workforce continues to evolve and organizations track and manage against the changing cybersecurity environment, understanding where current workforce planning capabilities lie and how to further develop has become increasingly important.

The NICE Capability Maturity Model

A capability maturity model (CMM) provides a structure for organizations to baseline current capabilities in cybersecurity workforce planning, establishing a foundation for consistent evaluation. It allows organizations to compare their capabilities to one another, and enables leaders to make better, well-informed decisions about how to support progression and what investments to make in regard to cybersecurity human capital initiatives.

NICE’s CMM Three Main Areas

This White Paper defines NICE’s CMM by segmenting key activities into three main areas: 1.) process and analytics, 2.) integrated governance, and 3.) skilled practitioners and enabling technology.


Cybersecurity Education Office, National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (2012). Best Practices for Planning a Cybersecurity Workforce White Paper



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