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IT Security Day, Boulder

NIST is hosting its fifteenth annual Information Technology (IT) Security Day as a means to heighten user awareness of IT security and privacy issues.


Management Resources, Office of Information Systems Management, IT Security and Networking Division

9:00 a.m.  Internet Crimes: The Federal Bureau of Investigation will discuss hacktivists, internet of things, ransomware, and credit card fraud (e.g., microchip-enabled cards) as reported to the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).

10:30 a.m. Security and Open Data: This talk will describe NIST's plans and progress in addressing White House requirements related to open data: What is open data? Must we make everything available? How will this be done securely? Come learn the answers to these questions and see a demonstration of MIDAS, the program that has been developed to manage our institutional data assets. 

1:00 p.m. Filtering Data for Privacy: Discuss NIST's data loss prevention tool, how it works, the schedule to implement, and how it will affect your email communications.

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Created March 22, 2016, Updated May 13, 2016