The Center for Internet Security (CIS) Critical Security Controls, Version 8 -- formerly the SANS Top 20 -- lists technical security and operational controls that can be applied to any environment. It does not address risk analysis or risk management like NIST CSF; rather, it is solely focused on reducing risk and increasing resilience for technical infrastructures.
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As you will see in the screenshots, many times when you ask or type the needed command to work with your lists it is not the top result. That means you need to select the right entry in the results to take that action - otherwise you end up searching on the Internet for that phrase.
There are all kinds of lists. Top-ten lists. Shopping lists. Best-seller lists. Mailing lists. Spelling lists. Hit lists. There are right lists to be on, and lists on which you wouldn't want to see your name. So which lists are you on? As a principal, are you on the right lists?
Our world is full of lists. Grocery lists. Supply lists. Richest people lists. Best- and worst-dressed lists. Lists of best places to eat, work, live, or take a vacation. Everyone loves comedian David Letterman's "Top-Ten Lists."
[content block]Then there are also the infamous hit lists, and those that rhyme with hit but start with S. If your superintendent keeps either or both of those, you don't want to be on them.
Within our communities, effective principals are typically at the top of the list among respected public servants. We lead the lists of creative resource providers, thinkers, and doers. Our names also appear on the volunteer lists of professional associations, where we serve as leaders, advocates, mentors, presenters, and much more.
But what about inside our school learning communities? If you were to survey the staff of your learning community, what lists would they say you are on? Would they list you as being supportive, creative, hard working, honest, fair, competent, and knowledgeable? Or would they list you as being a loner, wishy-washy, obstinate, unsupportive, and/or ineffective? Would the music teacher feel as supported as the regular classroom teacher? Do the classified employees feel they have your ear like the certified staff? Would people say you have lists of favorites?
When it comes to lists, we need to do more than just join our professional associations. We need to add our names to the list of volunteers for committees, advocacy groups, and as professional speakers.
With many challenges and goals to accomplish, we principals can become overwhelmed by the list of things we have to do. That's why we must, first and foremost, realize that we can't do it all. We need to make lists of others in our learning communities, and alongside their names we need to list their greatest talents. We need to awaken our colleagues to their talents and guide them -- empower them -- to share responsibility for accomplishing our goals and our successes.
Rajendran Dandapani is the Business Solutions Evangelist at Zoho Corporation. An IIT-Madras dropout, Rajendran was a part of the founding team at Zoho Corporation, then called Vembu Systems. He re-joined company in 2004 and since then has donned multiple hats at the company. He spearheads mobile development at Zoho. He is the president at Zoho Schools of Learning. He is also a TEDx speaker and a technology evangelist.
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