The National Institute of Standards and Technology is looking for help from manufacturing firms in developing a tool to help them deploy the right wireless network at their facilities.
The more Internet of Things devices are connected through networks, the more entry points there will be for dangerous elements. If IoT is to flourish safely and securely, the private and public sector must work in concert to create a regulated yet creative environment, according to a panel at the Federal Mobile Computing Summit.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology offers a guide to firms planning on deploying mobile applications in order to ensure the apps work effectively and securely.
Virtual machines can go rogue because of misconfiguration of the hypervisor or malicious device drivers and be used to launch attacks against the network, warns the national Institute of Standards and Technology in a draft security guidance.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has awarded defense contractor MITRE an initial $29 million contract to support the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, set up in cooperation with Maryland to assist private sector firms with cybersecurity. The contract could be worth up to $5 billion over a 25-year period.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology, or NIST, wants feedback from U.S. industry about how its voluntary cybersecurity framework for critical infrastructure published earlier this year is working.
An advisory group set up the National Institute for Standards and Technology to examine revelations about the National Security Agency's involvement in the NIST encryption process is warning that NIST must be able to reject NSA "advice" about cryptography "when warranted."
Joseph M. Barton outlines why the NIST Framework is an excellent foundation upon which any organization can build its information security program.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology released this week a free mobile app management vetting tool called AppVet.
In the aftermath of media reports that the National Security Agency cracked much of the online encryption used to protect data, the National Institute for Standards and Technology, or NIST, is undertaking a review of its process for developing encryption standards.