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IoT Cybersecurity-Related Initiatives at NIST

The Cybersecurity for IoT program supports and builds off existing initiatives at NIST.

  • BLE Bluetooth | more 
  • Cloud security | more
  • Cyber Threat Information Sharing | more
  • Cybersecurity for Cyber Physical Systems | more
  • Cybersecurity for Smart Grid Systems | more
  • Cybersecurity Framework | more
  • Cybersecurity Framework Profile for Manufacturing | more
  • Digital Identity Guidelines | more
  • Galois IoT Authentication & PDS Pilot | more
  • GSMA Trusted Identities Pilot | more
  • Guide to Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Security | more
  • Lightweight Encryption | more
  • Low Power Wide Area IoT | more
  • Mitigating IoT-Based DDoS/Botnet Report | more

  • National Vulnerability Database | more
  • NCCoE IoT-Based Automated Distributed Threats | more

  • NCCoE Use Case: Capabilities Assessment for Securing Manufacturing Industrial Control Systems | more 
  • Network of Things | more

  • Privacy Engineering Program | more
  • Report on State of International Cybersecurity Standards for IoT | more
  • RFID Security Guidelines | more

  • Security and privacy concerns of intelligent virtual assistances | more
  • Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) Standards and Guidelines | more
  • Security of Interactive and Automated Access Management Using Secure Shell (SSH) | more
  • Security Systems Engineering | more
  • Software Assessment Management Standards and Guidelines | more
  • Supply Chain Risk Management | more
  • Vehicle-to-vehicle transportation
  • Wireless Medical Infusion Pumps | more

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Created September 4, 2019