The NCCoE released for public comment a preliminary draft of Volumes A and B of NIST SP 1800-32, Securing the Industrial Internet of Things: Cybersecurity for Distributed Energy Resources. Implementation of the example solution at the NCCoE is ongoing. We are providing this preliminary draft to gather valuable feedback and inform stakeholders of the progress of the project. Organizations are encouraged to review the preliminary draft and provide feedback online or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 24, 2021.
- SP 1800-32A: Executive Summary (PDF)
- SP 1800-32B: Approach, Architecture, and Security Characteristics (PDF)
- SP 1800-32C: How-To Guides (under development)
If you have questions or would like to join our Community of Interest, please email the project team at email@example.com.
Flyer: Read the Securing Distributed Energy Resources one-page flyer to learn about the cybersecurity capabilities demonstrated in the project.
Fact Sheet: Read the two-page fact sheet for a brief overview of this project.
Video Overview: The NCCoE and our project collaborators presented a brief overview of the example solution detailed in NIST SP 1800-32 to the Sandia National Laboratory/SunSpec Alliance Distributed Energy Resources Working Group, followed by a question and answer session.
Waterfall Industrial Security Podcast: Internet communications are creeping into electric distribution systems. The NCCoE's Jim McCarthy and Don Faatz join Waterfall's Andrew Ginter and Nate Nelson to talk about the cybersecurity challenges and opportunities for securing distributed energy resources. Listen now.