Holy crow! That is enormous! 32 domains! 750 plus controls! Holistic! Compliance! (With absolutely everything!) A metaframework! The CIA triad expanded to the CIAS quadrants (adding Safety)!
I do rather like the fact that it is volunteer run. But I suspect that it is already too unwieldy to be a decent guide, and may become even more so. On the other hand, I've always said that, whatever you learn can be used in security, so ...
I suspect it would make a rather good study guide for those going for the CISSP exam. If you are familiar with all of this, you're ready.
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The Secure Controls Framework (SCF) is a comprehensive catalog of controls that is designed to enable companies to design, build and maintain secure processes, systems and applications. This allows one well-worded SCF control to address multiple requirements.