Thank you for your interest in commenting on the draft NIST Cybersecurity Practice Guide, SP 1800-14: Protecting the Integrity of the Internet: Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) Route Origin Validation. Comments can be supportive or critical and may include suggestions of changes or additions that you believe will improve the project.
As you review and apply this example implementation to your own organization, we ask for you to share your feedback and experience. Some questions to consider as you review the document and provide feedback:
- The guide was designed to help organizations prepare for and mitigate a route hijack attack that may result in a denial of access to internet services, delivery of traffic to malicious endpoints, or routing instability. Did you find the guide useful to prevent and/or respond to such an occurence?
- Has the draft guide helped your organization better understand the risk, security and/or technology to implement BGP Route Origin Validation?
- Do you have feedback on the implementation of BGP Route Origin Validation?
You may submit comments through the form on this page. Or, to help coordinate comments within your organization, you may use this template to collect feedback and email the worksheet to email@example.com. Respondents can include the name of the person or organization filing the comment, which will allow us to contact you for clarity, if necessary. Anonymous comments will also be accepted.
Please note: all comments received are a part of the public record and will generally be included in the final document without change. All personal identifying information (for example, name and address) voluntarily submitted by the commenter may be publicly accessible. Please do not submit confidential business information or otherwise sensitive or protected information.
The comment period for this draft practice guide is open through October 15, 2018.