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  1. FHWA Input to the Commission

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2016/09/16/fhwa_rfi_response.pdf
    Information on Current and Future States of Cybersecurity in the Digital Economy Request for Information / FHWA Response The following questions cover the major areas about which the Commission seeks comment. They are not intended to limit the topics that may be addressed. Responses may include information related to or recommendations for other areas the Commission should consider. For each topic area, the Commission solicits information on current and future challenges, promising and innovative approaches to address those challenges, recommendations, and references to inform the work of the Commission. The Commission is specifically seeking input on the topic areas below: Topic Area Challenges and Approaches 1. Current and future trends and challenges in the selected topic area: Critical Infrastruct...
  2. ARM input to Commission

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2016/09/15/arm_rfi_final_letterhead.pdf
    ARM Holdings plc · 110 Fulbourn Road · Cambridge CB1 9NJ · UK Tel:+44 1223 400400 · Fax +44 1223 400410 · Web: www.arm.com Registered in England 2548782 Cybersecurity in IoT: Challenges and emerging technologies Summary IoT will impact many highly diverse sectors and applications. Levels of security will need to be risk based, but there will be underlying common security concerns. A major problem is the fragmented IoT software development ecosystem, with no agreed approach to IoT security. ARM is aiming to address this through its mbed suite of products. Certain applications will need a hardware root of trust (e.g. TrustZone). We support FIDO as a password-less approach to identity authentication. Introduction ARM welcomes this opportunity to respond to the RFI on cybersecurity ...
  3. George Schwartz Input to the Commission

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2016/09/16/george_schwartz_rfi_response.pdf
    Running Head: DEVELOPING CYBERSECURITY PROFICIENCY DEVELOPING CYBERSECURITY PROFICIENCY IN AN ERA OF ACCELERATING CHANGE: UTILIZING A BACHELOR DEGREE FOUNDATION FOR EMERGING PROFESSIONALS A paper submitted to the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity by George M. Schwartz, Ed.D. (a.b.d.) Immaculata University DEVELOPING CYBERSECURITY PROFICIENCY 2 Any organization, public or private, that is networked to the internet has the potential to be targeted by hackers and cyber criminals. The most common attacks are malicious code, denial of service attacks, and web-based intrusions. The typical large American organization loses almost $6 million a year to cybercriminals. On average, it takes such an organization 18 days and hundreds of thousands of dollars to resol...
  4. SS8

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2016/09/16/ss8_rfi_response.pdf
    Input to the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity Applying Retrospective Network Analysis to Disrupt the Cyber Kill Chain Comments for Improving Critical Infrastructure, State and Local, and Public Sector Cybersecurity Executive Summary 99% of malicious cyber activity can be seen at the network. Monitoring networks eliminates the need for complex endpoint software, solves the issue of BYOD traffic and is generally the easiest deployment model. Cyber-attacks today are entering networks through a variety of means, and attempting to collect and exfiltrate sensitive information that includes intellectual property, personal identifiable information and cardholder data. The attacks have become more sophisticated and elusive, bypassing preventative security defenses at the perimeter, the network and...
  5. Barclays input to the Commission

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2016/09/15/barclays_rfi_response.pdf
    Three Ways To Re-imagine The Role Of Global Security Teams Elena Kvochko(Barclays Bank), Troels Oerting (Barclays Bank) Cyber attacks remain a fast growing business, despite investments organizations make in their cyber defense. Significant drivers for it are increasing sophistication of the threat, prioritization of openness and functionality over security, and a lack of relevant tools on premises of many companies. What is often overlooked, however, but remains important, is a lack of holistic management approaches and organizational silos. Security models have grown organically over many years, but haven’t been significantly adjusted to the changing realities. In the past, organizational security focus was on physical security to protect against attackers operating in close geographical proximity...
  6. Raytheon

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2016/09/16/raytheon_rfi_response.pdf
    Raytheon Company Response to Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity Request for Information Original research about the cybersecurity workforce shortfall As stories in the news of digital attacks against individuals and companies are becoming a common reality, the high demand globally for cybersecurity professionals keeps growing as the threat increases. A record 79 percent of U.S. businesses reported a cybersecurity incident in the last year, and the 238,158 job postings for cybersecurity-related jobs in 2014 is an increase of 91 percent from 2010. In the United States alone, companies posted 49,493 jobs requiring Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification last year; however, there are only 65,362 CISSP holders, the majority of whom are already employed. This talent ga...
  7. IS2 Input to the Commission

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2016/09/16/isc2_rfi_response.pdf
    ISC2 Virginia Peninsula Chapter response to NIST Request for Information number 2016-18948 Information on Current and Future States of Cybersecurity in the Digital Economy September 9, 2016 The Virginia Peninsula ISC2 chapter is proud to provide the following in following recommendations and observations as they pertain to your focus questions for “Internet of Things”. We met as an organization on August 24, 2016 having invited students to provide perspectives ranging from High School, Undergraduate, and Graduate students as well as seasoned Cyber Security and Information Technology professionals. Attendees Thomas Harris, Chapter President, CISSP Pat Stone, Chapter Treasurer, CISSP Dr. William Lamarsh, Acting Vice President and Membership Chair, CISSP Dr. Michael C...
  8. SANS RFI

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2016/09/16/sans_rfi_response.pdf
    Response to NIST RFI “Information on Current and Future States of Cybersecurity in the Digital Economy” John Pescatore Director, Emerging Security Trends SANS Institute Bethesda, MD jpescatore@sans.org Summary In the subject Request for Information, the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity requested information about current and future states of cybersecurity in the digital economy. The comments in this response are focused on items 2 and 4 from the following section in the RFI: The Commission also seeks input on the following: 1. Emerging technology trends and innovations; the effect these technology trends and innovations will have on the digital economy; and the effect these technology trends and innovations will have on cybersecurity. 2. Economic and other incentives for enhanc...
  9. TDSC-0026-0204-1 1..12

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/itl/antd/Monitoring-the-Macroscopic-Effect-of-DDoS-Flooding-Attacks.pdf
    Monitoring the Macroscopic Effect of DDoS Flooding Attacks Jian Yuan and Kevin Mills, Senior Member, IEEE Abstract—Creating defenses against flooding-based, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks requires real-time monitoring of network-wide traffic to obtain timely and significant information. Unfortunately, continuously monitoring network-wide traffic for suspicious activities presents difficult challenges because attacks may arise anywhere at any time and because attackers constantly modify attack dynamics to evade detection. In this paper, we propose a method for early attack detection. Using only a few observation points, our proposed method can monitor the macroscopic effect of DDoS flooding attacks. We show that such macroscopic-level monitoring might be used to capture shifts in spatial-temporal traffic p...
  10. https://csrc.nist.gov/csrc/media/events/non-invasive-attack-testing-workshop/documents/04_hayashi.pdf

    https://csrc.nist.gov/CSRC/media/Events/Non-Invasive-Attack-Testing-Workshop/documents/04_Hayashi.pdf
    Non-invasive Trigger-free Fault Injection Method Based on Intentional Electromagnetic Interference Yu-ichi Hayashi, Naofumi Homma, Takeshi Sugawara, Takaaki Mizuki, Takafumi Aoki, and Hideaki Sone Tohoku University, Aramaki Aza Aoba 6-6-5, Sendai 980-8579, Japan Abstract—This paper presents a new type of fault injec- tion method based on intentional electromagnetic interference (IEMI), which causes information leakage from cryptographic devices without disrupting their operations or damaging their physical structures. The basic principle is to transmit a sinusoidal EM wave via a power/communication cable or an antenna. The IEMI-based fault injection method is performed at a distance from the target module through many filtering components, such as a voltage regulator, without leaving any hard evidence of the attack. It can ...
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