cybercic – “Controls in Contents” for the cyber package
This package is used in concert with the cyber package to make documents with annotations of compliance with cybersecurity requirements. “cic” stands for “Controls in Contents”, and when you include this package, some notations of compliance are added to section names as seen in the table of contents of the final document.
It also makes your document more brittle in unexpected ways: for example, when you use cybercic in the same document as hyperref, you cannot use any formatting in your section titles. So don't use cybercic unless you need to.
|Contained in||TeX Live as cybercic|
MiKTeX as cybercic
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (193.3k).
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- titletoc: Alternative headings for toc/lof/lot
- tocdata: Adds names to chapters, sections, figures in the TOC and LOF
- etoc: Completely customisable TOCs
- minitoc: Produce a table of contents for each chapter, part or section