NCCoE Senior Cybersecurity Engineer Harry Perper will be speaking at this year's BigBIG Conference. The BigBIG is the industry leading, one-of-a-kind annual gathering of Taylor Business Group’s members to share best practices, learn from each other, interact with industry sponsors, and collaborate and network.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) requests your presence at a workshop on Supply Chain Assurance. The purpose of this workshop is to identify perceived issues and challenges in supply chain assurance as input to an NCCoE demonstration project in this area. The workshop will be held on September 10, 2019 at the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE), 9700 Great Seneca Highway, Rockville, Maryland.
Note: This is not a virtual event. You must join us in person at the NCCoE to attend this event.
NCCoE Senior Engineer, Harry Perper will be a featured speaker during the EnergySec Security & Compliance Summit, being held in Anaheim, California.
NCCoE Cybersecurity Engineer Don Faatz will speak on a panel as part of the IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting’s Cyber-Physical Situational Awareness for the Power Grid session at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 7, 2019. Don will share practical cybersecurity guidance from NIST SP 1800-7 “Situational Awareness for Electric Utilities” along with other NCCoE energy sector project work.
Members of the Mitigating IoT-Based DDoS project team will participate in the IETF Hackathon in Montreal, Canada on July 20-21, 2019 where they will share practical implementations of the MUD technology and collaborate with the IETF participants on a number of planned activities leveraging the base MUD components as described in RFC 8520, Manufacturer Usage Description Specification.
NCCoE Senior Engineer Harry Perper will speak on a panel as part of Utility Cyber Security Forum's Converging Identity and Access Management Across IT, OT and PACS: A Reference Design session at 11:00 am.
NCCoE Engineer Gema Howell will present a session at this year's Identiverse conference entitled "Mobile Enterprises: Strategically Addressing Threats While Managing Risk."
The purpose of this workshop is to identify perceived issues and challenges in secure IPv6 deployment in enterprises as planning input to a planned NCCoE demonstration project in this area. NIST will present its preliminary plans for this project and we solicit presentations from industry and other parties on their views of the challenges in secure IPv6 deployment in the enterprise, and/or enabling technologies and best practices to address perceived challenges.
During the ISSA-LA Summit XI, NCCoE Senior Engineer Harry Perper will be co-presenting alongside NIST's Marian Merritt, Lead for Industry Engagement in a session entitled " Solving Cybersecurity Problems with NIST". The session will take place on Thursday, May 16 at 11:30 am.