This workshop at the NCCoE will discuss substantive public comments, including open issues, on a draft report about actions to address automated and distributed threats to the digital ecosystem as part of the activity directed by Executive Order 13800, “Strengthening the Cybersecurity of Federal Networks and Critical Infrastructure.”
GDPR compliance requires a holistic approach across the entire enterprise because the PII data resides across many organizational silos, including IT & Physical Access Control Systems. Attend this webinar to learn how many fortune 500s, including global customers in financial / banking / telecommunication sectors are proactively addressing GDPR compliance with a high degree of automation.
In 2017, the total cost of a data breach averaged $3.62 million. Companies who experienced a data breach have a 27.7% likelihood of a recurring material data breach over the next two years. These staggering statistics from a 2017 Ponemon Study highlights the need for a strong cybersecurity strategy going into this year. On this webinar, NCCoE Director Donna Dodson will share observations and accomplishments from 2017 NIST initiatives, NIST’s 2018 cybersecurity focus areas, such as cloud security, internet infrastructure, and industry-aligned (healthcare, financial services) cybersecurity projects, and opportunities for industry engagement.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is one of the main technology drivers behind new applications in the Energy Industry. However, integration of different technologies, processes, business, social, and regulation realms presents complicated security, privacy & interoperability challenges which must be addressed as IIoT technologies develop. The Industrial Internet Consortium is bringing together global energy leaders to discuss requirements, gaps and opportunities for leveraging the data that is building up within and around our energy systems, and to use that data to increase production and decrease costs. The IIoT Energy Forum will highlight the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and NIST’s activities in the Energy sector – shining a spotlight on smart grids, industrial analytics, security, and other emerging technologies and applications in energy.
The NCCoE's Zach Furness will participate on the panel “The Emerging Cyber Security Risk in Private Equity Investing" at the 2018 Texas Private Equity Conference in Austin, Texas on February 9 at 1:40pm. This session will examine the growing cyber security threat, strategies to identify risks, how the risks are changing, and the costs of securing corporate assets.
The IJIS Institute’s National Symposium is the only event focused on information sharing & safeguarding (IS&S) for justice, public safety, and homeland security. This year, NCCoE engineer Bill Fisher will speak on a panel about the center's Mobile Single Sign-On for Public Safety First Responders project at the event, which will be held in Arlington, Virginia.
The panel is tentatively scheduled for February 7th from 11:30-12:30 and will also feature Tom Gensch of 5th Column.
CyberUSA will be held this year in San Antonio at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center on January 30th. The NCCoE's Anne Townsend will be the moderating the Cyber Innovation: The Top 5 Cyber Threats to Your Region & How to Work Together for Prevention & Remediation, panel.
On January 25th at 10:15 am, the NCCoE's Zach Furness will join NIST’s Suzanne Lightman and representatives from Ford, Honda, the American Center for Mobility and John Hopkins’ Applied Physics Lab on a panel at this year's SAE Government/Industry Meeting to discuss issues surrounding Cybersecurity and Privacy.
Join us for a webinar on managing access rights and IT assets with NIST standards-based solutions. In this webinar, you will learn from NCCoE and Splunk experts how architectures can be implemented at your organization to improve your cybersecurity posture and how a robust data analytics platform plays a key role.
Join this informative webcast with Entrust Datacard, VMware, and guest presenters from the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence at the National Institute of Standards and Technology on January 17 at 2pm. Learn how Federal Government Departments can use PIV Derived Credentials to ensure the security of information while accessing mobile based applications (email, VPN, web applications and more). Plus review your options for protecting digital identities through industry-leading, adaptable authentication solutions.