RECORDING: Captioning will be available by Monday, August 3, 2020.
On July 22-23, NIST will host a virtual-only event, Building the Federal Profile For IoT Device Cybersecurity: Next Steps for Securing Federal Systems.
NIST leveraged the Core Baseline established in NISTIR 8259A and analyzed the controls found in NIST SP 800-53 to develop a catalog of key IoT device cybersecurity capabilities and supporting non-technical manufacturer capabilities and associated IoT device customer controls. This catalog is a critical building block for establishing a federal profile of the Core Baseline (“Federal Profile”) to help government entities securely incorporate IoT devices into their systems and meet security requirements for federal information and systems. The future Federal Profile aims to help manufacturers looking at federal customers and use cases go beyond identifying the types of cybersecurity capabilities listed in NISTIR 8259A to considering additionally needed technical and non-technical cybersecurity capabilities. Manufacturers can engineer the technical capabilities and provide non-technical capabilities to IoT device customers to help ensure that customers’ systems meet an established level of management, operational, and technical security control requirements.
The virtual workshop will consist of two sessions, one per day and each lasting two hours. It will include panel discussions on key topics related to cybersecurity challenges for Federal IoT devices. These topics include the need for support for IoT device cybersecurity capabilities; additional supporting capabilities from the manufacturers and mechanisms giving agencies confidence that IoT Devices will meet Federal cybersecurity needs.
Those involved in Federal IoT cybersecurity or the manufacture of IoT devices are encouraged to attend. The catalog is available for review and feedback via GitHub.
On July 22-23, NIST will host a virtual-only event, Building the Federal Profile for IoT Device Cybersecurity: Next Steps for Securing Federal Systems. Registration has been extended until July 22.
Panel Discussion: Stoves, Drones, and Automobiles!: Federal Government IoT Use-Cases and Technical Cybersecurity Considerations (1 hour, 15 minutes)
Panel Discussion: Who are you going to call?: Federal Government IoT Non-Technical Cybersecurity Needs (45 minutes)
Panel Discussion: Close Encounters of the Confidence Mechanism Kind (1 hour)
Concluding Remarks (10 minutes): Kat Megas, Program Manager, NIST Cybersecurity for IoT Program