NIST will host the workshop "Enhancing Resilience of the Internet and Communications Ecosystem" at the NCCoE on July 11 and 12. This workshop is in support of DOC responsibilities under EO 13800 to provide a report to the President to "identify and promote action by appropriate stakeholders to improve the resilience of the Internet and communications ecosystem and to encourage collaboration with the goal of dramatically reducing threats perpetrated by automated and distributed attacks."
The NCCoE Financial Services Sector project team will meet with FINRA to provide NCCoE project updates and to discuss FINRA collaboration, adoption, and new project ideas.
The NCCoE Financial Services Sector project team will present project updates and engage in discussion to identify adopters and new project ideas with the Investment Company Institute's CISO Subcommittee on June 28.
NCCoE Director of Operations Tim McBride will speak at Cyber Hygiene for the Health Sector on Tuesday, June 27 from 8am-9:30am EST at Launch Workplaces (9841 Washingtonian Blvd Ste 200, Gaithersburg, MD 20878). Do you worry about the security of your organizations data, your customer's data, or the potential impacts of a cyber attack on your organization? McBride will join speakers Denise Anderson, President, National Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (NH-ISAC) and Kevin Crain, CISO, UMD Health System to examine the need for good cyber hygiene in healthcare sector organizations.
Borderless Cyber USA brings together the world’s most informed cybersecurity leaders to share insights on changing the economics of computer network defense for a two-day conference at the U.S. Customs House in New York City. NCCoE Associate Director of Operations Tim McBride will speak during a roundtable session on Cyber Threat Collaborations and Alliances to Improve Global Defenses Against Cyber Adversaries on June 22 from 3:15-4:30pm.
NCCoE security engineer Bill Fisher will be presenting a session on NCCoE projects on June 19 from 9am to 12pm at the Cloud Identity Summit. Presentations will include overviews of the Mobile Application Single Sign-On project and the Multifactor Authentication for e-Commerce project. NCCoE security engineer Christopher Brown will present a deeper dive on the NCCoE's Derived PIV Credentials project on June 22 at 11:15am. The summit brings together the best of industry and enterprise presenters and experts to share insights and to synthesize new ideas. The summit will be held from June 19-22 at the Sheraton Grand Chicago in Chicago, Il.
On June 12-14, 2017, NIST’s Public Safety Communications Research Division (PSCR) will host its annual Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting, which brings together representatives from public safety, Federal agencies, industry, and academia. Participants will hear from PSCR engineers about testing updates, upcoming R&D efforts, and opportunities to get involved. PSCR will also invite industry leaders and public safety partners to present on cutting-edge technology trends, features, and functionalities. The annual Stakeholder Meeting enables PSCR to receive direct input, guidance, and feedback from their diverse stakeholder community. NCCoE Security Engineer William Fisher will provide a project overview, architecture presentation, and demonstration of the NCCoE's Mobile Application Single Sign-On project. Click here to view the presentation. There will also be an NCCoE booth on June 13 from 8am to 6pm.
The NCCoE Financial Services Sector project team will meet with the FS-ISAC Community Institution Council Advisory Group, which includes leaders of the 3,000+ FS-ISAC member grou, to further collaboration between the two organizations.
NCCoE Security Engineer Josh Franklin will present NIST's Mobile Security Best Practices & Guidelines at the 4th Annual Mobile Security for Defense and Government Summit in Arlington, VA at the AUSA Conference Center on June 7 from 9am to 9:40am. This presentation will explore breaking down the Mobile Threat Catalogue (MTC) and how to identify the greatest areas of need for protecting vulnerable mobile device networks; current NIST Guidelines for Mobile Device Management platforms; and moving towards a secure mobile enterprise.
Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Branch Chief at the Cybersecurity Assurance Branch, Martin Stanley, and Lead System Engineer James J. Quinn will discuss and demonstrate the DHS and NCCoE generic Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) instance. The discussion will be followed by a panel of government and industry experts discussing the benefits of how a solution like CDM can benefit any enterprise. Join us in person or on the webcast.