NIST will finalize new publication NISTIR 8276 that will include eight key principles for protecting IT supply chains and release the draft to update SP 800-161, which will includes specific steps for agencies.
Sean Frazier, federal CSO at Okta, discusses identity management, lifecycle management, and some of the challenges of identification for Robotic Process Automation.
The pandemic has inspired new uses for facial recognition software, but may require tweaking of algorithms.
Suing everyone in sight might tempt, but it won't improve cybersecurity.
As the government deals with what might be the worst cybersecurity breach ever, National Institute of Standards and Technology Fellow Ron Ross joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss what should happen next.
In today's Federal Newscast, National Institute of Standards and Technology Fellow Ron Ross has advice for officials knocked off their feet by the recent governmentwide cyber attacks.
The annual Defense authorization bill is filled with policy changes for non-defense agencies, including more than 50 focused on cybersecurity and a host of others address small business contracting.
Having just finished a multi-year revision of what you might call the bible of cybersecurity controls, there's something new. The National Institute of Standards and Technology cybersecurity crew has a new, companion guide.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology recently awarded more than $4 million in grants to 19 small businesses. The money, from the Small Business Innovation Research Program, is designed to spur artificial intelligence innovation
Though not yet finalized, Revision 5 represents a fundamental restructuring of 800-53 to make it more inclusive and serve an even broader base of users.
David Waltermire, the technical lead for OSCAL at NIST, and Milica Green, a compliance subject matter expert with Telos Corporation, say the development and implementation of the Open Security Controls Assessment Language (OSCAL) will reduce the time, cost and challenges of FedRAMP certifications.
The IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act would NIST to best practices for device security. The Office of Management and Budget would create guidance for agencies to meet or exceed those standards.
Artificial intelligence is steadily making its way into federal agency operations. A problem is that it can introduce unwanted biases.
The IT-AAC and the CMMC board signed a memorandum of understanding to create a center of excellence where the two non-profits will work together to promote the standards, train industry and work with NATO partners to adopt the requirements.