The purpose of the Continuous Monitoring Architecture Workshop is to discuss a proposed technical architecture that may be used by industry to implement and provide continuous monitoring solutions to government and private sector consumers. Representatives from industry, government and private organizations will discuss how to best meet those needs with technical reference architectures and associated specifications.
Computer Security Division:
We are now instituting an additional requirement for visitor vehicles entering the campus. When a Guest/Visitor checks in at the NIST Visitor Center at Gate A and intends to drive into the campus, they will have to show two documents: a Photo I.D. (State issued driver's license, Federal ID or passport) and a Vehicle Registration card. If a guest does not have a valid vehicle registration, they will be required to park at the Visitor Center and take the NIST Campus Shuttle. Visitors driving rental cars can show their rental agreement in lieu of vehicle registration.
Once you leave the Visitor Center, you will be asked to show the name badge you picked up and a photo ID before being admitted onto the campus. At the main entrance stop sign, make a left, follow until you see signs for the Administration Building (101) (it's the tallest building). There is visitor parking across from the Administration Building. The meeting is in Lecture Room A on the first floor. The cafeteria is also located on the first floor. Visitors must wear a visitor badge at all times while on the NIST campus.