NCCoE Security Engineer Bill Fisher will present “Improving Mobile Authentication for Public Safety & First Responders” at the Identiverse 2018 Conference at 3:30pm EDT on June 24. This session will cover the recently released NIST SP 1800-13 practice guide which details the challenges of mobile authentication for public safety and first responder personnel, the FIDO and IETF standards for addressing multifactor authentication and single sign-on on mobile platforms, a detailed description of the NCCoE reference architecture, and a demonstration of the reference design with public safety applications.
On June 20, the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE), in partnership with the FedID Planning Committee, will host a meet-up on "Educating the Public (and Policymakers) on Identity." Speakers will discuss the importance of ensuring that the public (and policymakers) have a proper understanding of identity topics, share stories (and their impacts) from past issues, and offer what they feel are the biggest concerns for the future. Attendance at the meet-up is open to anyone in the community wishing to learn and/or discuss ideas on demystifying technologies and programs. There will not be a charge to attend, but space is limited so register soon.
Join NCCoE security engineers at the Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition and Conference (HITEC®) on June 18-21 in Houston, Texas. HITEC brings together top hospitality technology industry experts and technology providers to showcase the latest trends in high-tech hospitality, and discuss the opportunities and challenges they present. NCCoE’s Julie Snyder will participate in the panel “Data Security, The Fight for Privacy” on Monday, June 21, from 8:00-9:30am.
Cybersecurity technology advances and NIST best practices along with automation and system controls go a long way to minimize errors, but it doesn't completely eliminate the potential for error by human actors. So how can you reduce the opportunity for and damage of a threat to your organization? Join Harry Perper, Chief Engineer, NIST's National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, and Neha Gupta, CEO of True Office Learning as they discuss this challenge.
The Lexington Institute is hosting a Cybersecurity of the Electric Grid Capitol Hill Forum on Friday, June 8 at 12 pm. National Institute of Standards and Technology's Senior Security Engineer Jim McCarthy will be one of several presenters, and will discuss the NCCoE's energy sector projects and collaboration process.
On June 5 at 2:05 pm, NCCoE Chief Security Engineer Harry Perper will participate in the Identity panel at the 2018 DOE Cyber Conference. This session will focus on DOE Identity, Credential, and Access Management Program (ICAM) implementation with major focus on the OneID DOE enterprise identity service developed and supported by LLNL. This event will be a part of the Advancing Cybersecurity Excellence: Moving from Compliance to Risk Management track.
NCCoE Lead Engineer, Bill Fisher, will participate on a panel entitled Security of the Future Public Safety Broadband Network at the 2018 PSCR Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting. Mr. Fisher's panel will present on Thursday June 7th at 3pm and will include John Beltz of NIST PSCR, Sheila Frankel of NIST ITL, and Don Harriss of NIST PSCR.
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!