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NIST Cybersecurity Role-based Training Study Presentation

May 20, 2022
Jody Jacobs, Julie Haney, Susanne M. Furman
This presentation is for the May 17, 2022 Federal Information Security Educators (FISSEA) Spring Forum hosted by NIST. This presentation will present our preliminary findings from our Role-Based Training Study.

Designing Trojan Detectors in Neural Networks Using Interactive Simulations

February 20, 2021
Peter Bajcsy, Nicholas J. Schaub, Michael P. Majurski
This paper addresses the problem of designing trojan detectors in neural networks (NNs) using interactive simulations. Trojans in NNs are defined as triggers in inputs that cause misclassification of such inputs into a class (or classes) unintended by the

Rethinking Authentication

November 11, 2019
Kim B. Schaffer
In today's environment, there is little doubt that companies, organizations, and governments must make significant investments in developing, implementing, and supporting authentication for their digital systems. Perhaps because of this, an organization's

Case Study - Exploring Children's Password Knowledge and Practices

February 23, 2019
Yee-Yin Choong, Mary Theofanos, Karen Renaud, Suzanne Prior
Children use technology from a very young age, and often have to authenticate themselves. Yet very little attention has been paid to designing authentication specifically for this particular target group. The usual practice is to deploy the ubiquitous

Securing Wireless Infusion Pumps

December 19, 2018
Gavin W. O'Brien
This bulletin summarizes the information found in NIST SP 1800-8: Securing Wireless Infusion Pumps in Healthcare Delivery Organizations which discusses the cybersecurity risks associated with medical devices, such as infusion pumps, which -- in today’s

Securing Wireless Infusion Pumps in Healthcare Delivery Organizations

August 20, 2018
Gavin W. O'Brien, Sallie Edwards, Kevin Littlefield, Neil McNab, Sue Wang, Kangmin Zheng
Medical devices, such as infusion pumps, were once standalone instruments that interacted only with the patient or medical provider. However, today’s medical devices connect to a variety of healthcare systems, networks, and other tools within a healthcare
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