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NIST Pubs

Multifactor Authentication for E-Commerce

Author(s)
William D. Newhouse
As retailers in the United States have adopted chip-and-signature and chip-and-PIN (personal identification number) point-of-sale (POS) security measures, there

Recommendation for Cryptographic Key Generation

Author(s)
Elaine B. Barker, Allen L. Roginsky
Cryptography is often used in an information technology security environment to protect data that is sensitive, has a high value, or is vulnerable to

Cybersecurity Framework Smart Grid Profile

Author(s)
Jeffrey A. Marron, Avi M. Gopstein, Nadya Bartol, Larry Feldman
The Smart Grid Profile is an initial attempt to apply risk management strategies from the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity

NIST Time and Frequency Bulletin

Author(s)
Kathryn R. Stephenson
The Time and Frequency Bulletin provides information on performance of time scales and a variety of broadcasts (and related information) to users of the NIST

Glossary of Key Information Security Terms

Author(s)
Celia Paulsen, Robert D. Byers
This publication describes an online glossary of terms used in National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Committee on National Security Systems

Considerations for Managing Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity and Privacy Risks

Author(s)
Kaitlin R. Boeckl, Michael J. Fagan, William J. Fisher, Naomi B. Lefkovitz, Katerina N. Megas, Ellen M. Nadeau, Benjamin M. Piccarreta, Danna G. O'Rourke, Karen A. Scarfone
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a rapidly evolving and expanding collection of diverse technologies that interact with the physical world. Many organizations

Nail to Nail Fingerprint Challenge: Enrollment Set Size Variability

Author(s)
Gregory P. Fiumara, Kenneth Ko, Elham Tabassi, Patricia A. Flanagan, John D. Grantham, Karen Marshall, Matthew Schwarz, Bryan Woodgate
In September 2017, the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity held a fingerprint data collection as part of the Nail to Nail Fingerprint Challenge