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NIST Requesting Comments on Protecting Information and System Integrity in Industrial Control System Environments: Cybersecurity for the Manufacturing Sector

Date Published: September 23, 2021
Comments Due: November 7, 2021
Email Comments to: manufacturing_nccoe [at] (Subject: Comments%20on%20Draft%20SP%201800-10) (manufacturing_nccoe[at]nist[dot]gov)


Michael Powell (NIST),  Joseph Brule (NSA),  Michael Pease (NIST),  Keith Stouffer (NIST),  CheeYee Tang (NIST),  Timothy Zimmerman (NIST),  Chelsea Deane (MITRE),  John Hoyt (MITRE),  Mary Raguso (MITRE),  Aslam Sherule (MITRE), Kangmin Zheng (MITRE),  Matthew Zopf (Strativia)


Draft NIST SP 1800-10 provides a practical example solution to help manufacturers protect their Industrial Control Systems (ICS) from data integrity attacks. Manufacturers are increasingly relying on ICS to monitor and control physical processes to produce goods for public consumption. ICS has also helped manufacturers boost productivity, but it has made them more vulnerable to cyber threats such as malware, malicious insider activity, even human error.  As technology and operations become more integrated, manufacturers can use this guide to improve their security, reduce the likelihood of data integrity breaches, and better protect their operating systems.  

NOTE: A call for patent claims is included on page iv of this draft (Volume B). For additional information, see the Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) Patent Policy--Inclusion of Patents in ITL Publications.

Released September 27, 2021