Much like it did with its Cybersecurity Framework, NIST has brought together what we have learned about software security over the past two decades and created a secure software development framework (SSDF) that can get us all talking from the same playbook.
The NCCoE’s Harry Perper will speak at EnergySec East on the NCCoE’s latest project on DER cybersecurity and other freely-available cybersecurity guidance for the energy sector.
Update: This event is no longer taking place.
The NCCoE will present and provide project demonstrations at the 2020 RSA Conference in San Francisco. Click for additional information. This page will be updated as presentations are confirmed.
Attention Cybersecurity professionals! Join us on February 5th, 8 a.m. to noon, as some of the region's top cybersecurity experts discuss the latest issues surrounding cloud security for financial institutions including methods, controls, challenges and best practices.
The NCCoE’s Jim McCarthy will speak at Distributech International on Distributed Energy Resource (DER) Cybersecurity: Investigating the Challenges of Securing IIoT and the NCCoE’s latest project on DER cybersecurity on Wednesday, January 29, 2020 beginning at 1:30 p.m. Distributech is the utility industry’s leading transmission and distribution conference and exhibition.
NCCoE’s Senior Cybersecurity Engineer Harry Perper will speak at the Protect Our Power’s Best Practices in Utility Cybersecurity Conference 2020 on Monday, January 27, 2020. Harry will be speaking broadly about the NCCoE’s portfolio of energy sector cybersecurity projects, and specifically about best practices in Identity and Access Management for the energy sector.
NCCoE’s Alper Kerman and NIST’s Scott Rose will speak on Zero Trust 101: An Evolution in Enterprise Cybersecurity at the Cyber-Physical Systems Virtual Organization’s 2020 Winter Science of Security and Privacy Quarterly Meeting on Thursday, January 16, 2020. In this session, they will address the concepts and tenets of zero trust as outlined in NIST SP 800-207, Zero Trust Architecture, and the advantages and challenges that organizations face when adopting a zero trust architecture.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) invites you to attend a Cybersecurity Online Informative Reference (OLIR) workshop which will be held on December 3rd, 2019, at the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence. NIST invites industry subject matter experts and early adopters to share their views of the OLIR program, discuss potential opportunities and challenges affecting authoritative cybersecurity data-mapping, and offer industry-recommended practices for correlating cybersecurity-related data.