The security maps section of all.net provide security mappings between common standards and the CISO ToolKit, between ToolKit elements, and access to the "Minimally Acceptable Protection Standard" developed by our team.
These maps are useful in several ways. The most common usage is to get listings of portions of standards and to map those portions of standards into sections of books and back. When implementing a section of ISO, for example, cross referencing it to checklists, metrics, and governance guidance allows a more comprehensive understanding of the issue along with supporting information on implementation, limitations, how to audit, and how to measure and manage the function.
One of the internal used we make of these maps is to help us develop policies and control standards. By extracting the relevant information from the maps we have a redundant check that we haven't missed anything important in our work for clients.