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NIST Pubs

Vetting the Security of Mobile Applications

Author(s)
Michael A. Ogata, Josh Franklin, Jeffrey M. Voas, Vincent Sritapan, Stephen Quirolgico
Mobile applications are an integral part of our everyday personal and professional lives. As both public and private organizations rely more on mobile

UCEF 1.0.0-ALPHA Kickoff Workshop: Workshop Report

Author(s)
Martin J. Burns, Thomas P. Roth
This report summarizes the results of a workshop held at NIST on July 27, 2017. The goal of this workshop was to introduce participants to the newly constructed

Measurement of the Flow Resistance of Vegetation

Author(s)
Ryan L. Falkenstein-Smith, Kevin B. McGrattan, Blaza Toman, Marco G. Fernandez
This report documents the measurement of the wind resistance of different types of vegetation. The measurements are made in a wind tunnel with a 2.0 m test

2018 National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan

Author(s)
Jason E. Boehm, Heather M. Evans, Ajitkumar Jillavenkatesa, Maria E. Nadal, Mark A. Przybocki, Paul W. Witherell, Rebecca A. Zangmeister
The 2018 National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan provide an analysis of the external factors that can influence NIST and the

Security Requirements for Cryptographic Modules

Author(s)
Michael J. Cooper, Kim B. Schaffer
The selective application of technological and related procedural safeguards is an important responsibility of every federal organization in providing adequate

Reference Correlations for the Viscosity of 13 Inorganic Molten Salts

Author(s)
K.A. Tasidou, Ch. D. Chliatzou, Marc J. Assael, K.D. Antoniadis, Sofia K. Mylona, Marcia L. Huber, William A. Wakeham
In 1988, reference correlations for the viscosity of a selection of molten inorganic salts were proposed by Janz and have been used extensively. During the last

Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet of Things

Author(s)
Christopher Greer, Martin J. Burns, David A. Wollman, Edward R. Griffor
This NIST Special Publication describes the relationship between the phrases “cyber-physical systems” and “Internet of Things.” CPS and IoT both refer to trends

Threshold Schemes for Cryptographic Primitives

Author(s)
Luis T. A. N. Brandao, Nicky W. Mouha, Apostol T. Vassilev
The Computer Security Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology is interested in promoting the security of implementations of cryptographic

Trustworthy Email

Author(s)
Scott W. Rose, J. S. Nightingale, Simson Garfinkel, Ramaswamy Chandramouli
This document gives recommendations and guidelines for enhancing trust in email. The primary audience includes enterprise email administrators, information