NIST-Led Discussion on Considerations for a Core IoT Cybersecurity Capabilities Baseline

Date: March 6th, 2019 | 2:30 p.m. Pacific Time
Duration: 2 hours plus live Q&A
Where: Venable, 101 California St, 38th Floor. San Francisco, CA 94111
NIST’s Cybersecurity for the Internet of Things (IoT) Program is beginning stakeholder engagement on identifying a core set of cybersecurity capabilities that could be a baseline for IoT devices, and we want to hear from you!
In September 2018, NIST released draft NIST Internal Report (NISTIR) 8228, a publication to help federal agencies manage IoT cybersecurity and privacy risks. Over the course of related stakeholder engagement, comments received during the NISTIR 8228 public comment period, and the Report to the President on Enhancing the Resilience of the Internet and Communications Ecosystem Against Botnets and Other Automated, Distributed Threats, NIST identified a critical gap area in guidance on baselines for IoT device cybersecurity.
The Program is heading to RSA to collect stakeholder input on March 6th, from 230-430 PM at 101 California St, 38th floor. San Francisco, CA 94111.
We are interested in feedback on a recently released discussion paper – especially insights into identifying the set of cybersecurity capabilities that could be achieved by almost all IoT devices.
Seats are limited and open to the public. Please RSVP to reserve a spot.

  • Katerina Megas, Program Lead
  • Michael Fagan, Computer Scientist