NCCoE Deputy Director Tim Mcbride will present "Recover Quickly & Safely from Ransomware" at the Enfuse 2018 Conference at 8am on May 22. This session will discuss how industry experts and technology collaborators worked with the NCCoE to develop practical cybersecurity guidance on recovering from destructive malware and ransomware. This session will highlight the recently released NIST Special Publication 1800-11, Data Integrity: Recovering from Ransomware and Other Destructive Events.
Join NCCoE Lead Security & Privacy Engineer Julie Snyder as she presents “Identifying and Evaluating Privacy Risks and Making Smart Privacy Engineering Decisions” at the 2018 Summit on Cyber Security for Oil and Gas on May 21 at 11:15 am.
Join the Maryland Chamber, University of Maryland University College (UMUC) and the Department of Commerce to learn critical ways you can protect your business from cyber attacks. Hear from experts in an informal session that will give you knowledge you need to stay safe. Join us in person at the NCCoE for network-building and Q&A opportunities, or join us via audio webinar!
Join the NCCoE for a series of events hosted by NH-ISAC & Intermountain Healthcare. Attendees will have a chance to collaborate with other healthcare providers, medical device manufacturers, and payers in a series of free interactive forum. NCCoE staff will take part in Collaboration with Health Systems and Ongoing Initiatives at the NCCoE from 11:10 am to 11:40 am on April 20.
Join CEOs from leading Maryland cybersecurity companies and NIST-NCCoE for a robust discussion on potential solutions to cybersecurity challenges posed by our increasing reliance on Mobile devices & the Internet of Things (IoT). The dialog will explore private sector and public-sector IoT and mobile challenges that explore ways small cyber companies and startups can work to address future needs with standards-based solutions and innovation. Moderated by NIST Computer Scientist, Tim Polk, the group will highlight the current and future state of security in the age of IoT and Mobile device proliferation. Note: Participation is reserved for RSA Participants, business executives, cyber product buyers, and investors.
NCCoE Director and NIST Chief Cybersecurity Advisor, Donna Dodson will join Yubico Founder & CEO Stina Ehrensvard in a fireside chat titled "10 Percent Is Too Little: Time to Pay Attention to Two-Factor Authentication" at 11:20am PT. San Francisco CyberTalks is a TED-like conference for the cybersecurity leadership community, bringing together the top influential leaders from the cybersecurity community, tech industry and government, engaging in discussions around cybersecurity priorities, trends, innovations, and ways to tackle unprecedented security challenges.
The NCCoE will present and provide project demonstrations at the RSA Conference 2018 in San Francisco. Click for additional information on topics, times, and locations.
Join Robert Landavazo of Tripwire (NCEP partner) and James McCarthy of the NCCoE as they discuss the unique challenges of securing industrial operations and how operators can gain the necessary visibility into their OT networks and devices to deter, detect and respond to cybersecurity events.
The 2018 AlertEnterprise User Group meeting will focus on Security Convergence with topics such as Physical and Cyber Security, as well as IoT security. NCCoE Egineer Harry Perper will present two sessions: "Leveraging Cyber/Physical Security Convergence for Critical Infrastructure Protection" and "Example Implementation of NIST SP 1800-2 – Adoption Case Study."
NIST engineer Mike Bartok will present alongside NCEP partners Intel, Hytrust, IBM, VMware, and RSA on the panel "A Public-Private Partnership to Deliver a Trusted Hybrid Cloud" on Tuesday, March 20 at IBM Think 2018. As enterprises increasingly adopt a hybrid cloud model, they want to maintain consistent security capabilities and control across their on-premises private cloud and third-party public cloud to meet security and compliance requirements. The NCCoE is collaborating with their industry partners Intel, Dell, IBM, VMware, HyTrust, and RSA to engineer and build a solution leveraging commercial off-the-shelf technology and IBM Cloud to deliver a Hybrid Trusted Cloud implementation that is compliance-ready across multiple industry regulations. The panelists will describe the security properties, architecture design decisions, technology stack, and implementation.