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Latest Updates

  • Consider registering for the Privacy Framework Webinar, on January 29th, which will talk about its relationship with the Cybersecurity Framework. Also, consider the upcoming NICE Webinar, also on January 29th, which will talk about learning principles for cybersecurity practice

  • Version 1.0 of the voluntary @NIST #Privacy Framework was just released! Check it out and consider adopting today.

  • Registration is now officially open for NIST’s 2020 Advancing Cybersecurity Risk Management Conference. Register now to secure your spot at the conference. To learn more about the event/submit a speaker nomination, please click HERE.

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It’s Always Cybersecurity Awareness Month for the NIST International Cybersecurity Framework Team
November 12, 2019
By: Amy Mahn

Cybersecurity takes center stage at NIST’s third annual DC CyberWeek event
October 31, 2019
By: Kristina Rigopoulos

Picking Up the Framework’s Pace Internationally
March 2019 (Updated June 13)
By: Amy Mahn

Cybersecurity, NIST, and the RSA Conference: what you need to know
May 2, 2018
By: NIST Cyber

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Created February 7, 2018, Updated January 28, 2020