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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released draft guidance targeted at cloud service providers (CSPs) to help them protect application containers in multi-tenant environments, taking a hardware-based approach to security.
NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE)—in collaboration with members of the business community and vendors of cybersecurity solutions—has built example solutions to address the data integrity challenges posed by ransomware and other destructive events.
A popular sci-fi show from the 1990s, The X-Files, had a tag line that is very relevant in today's society: "Trust no one." In our working and personal lives, this is a valuable security stance to adopt when we are online. However, trust does play a role in establishing an individual's identity and granting access to applications and data so they can do their job.
CISOs need to ensure they and their security teams are aware of the new threats created by many businesses expanding their attack surface with many employees still working remotely.
Federal agencies are rolling out more IoT and 5G wireless deployments. What are the best ways to protect such technologies?
“Telehealth” refers to a wide range of technologies to connect patients to health care services through videoconferencing, remote monitoring, electronic consultations and wireless communications. Just like you would expect your virtual conversation with your doctor to be private and secure, you would also want to be sure that all your other health information that is transmitted over the internet or cellular networks is also protected.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is looking for entities to participate in its program aimed at promoting the implementation of zero-trust architectures.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has laid out components of a comprehensive zero-trust system and is asking product developers to come together and build it.
The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) is looking for industry partners to support its efforts to build exemplar zero-trust architectures.