Comments on Preliminary Draft Practice Guide 1800-33 Volume A - 5G Cybersecurity

Thank you for your interest in commenting on the preliminary draft of Volume A for the Practice Guide NIST SP 1800-33, 5G Cybersecurity. The authors will review and adjudicate all comments received before publishing the next version. We appreciate you taking the time to read through and provide feedback to help the NCCoE refine this document.

You may submit comments using the form on this page or by emailing them to 5G-security@nist.gov. Anonymous comments are accepted, although including your name and contact information will enable the authors to contact you for clarification, if necessary. Please note that all comments received are subject to release under the Freedom of Information Act. Please do not submit confidential business information or otherwise sensitive or protected information.

The public comment period for this draft document is open now through March 4, 2021.

 

As you review this volume, please consider how it might apply to you and your organization and share your feedback with us. Here are a few questions to consider: 

  • Has the executive summary given you enough information to raise awareness within your organization on the importance of 5G security, and the role it plays in protecting your systems, communications, and data? 
  • What are your views on our holistic approach to better assist organizations with determining what security capabilities 5G can provide?  
  • Have you experienced any issues with transitioning from 4G to 5G that you would like us to address in future volumes of the 5G cybersecurity practice guide? 
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