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Assessing Security Requirements for Controlled Unclassified Information

May 14, 2024
Ronald S. Ross, Victoria Yan Pillitteri
The protection of Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) is of paramount importance to federal agencies and can directly impact the ability of the Federal Government to successfully conduct its essential missions and functions. This publication provides

Access Control on NoSQL Databases

May 7, 2024
Vincent C. Hu
NoSQL database systems and data stores often outperform traditional RDBMS in various aspects, such as data analysis efficiency, system performance, ease of deployment, flexibility/scalability of data management, and users' availability. However, with an

JARVIS-Leaderboard: A Large Scale Benchmark of Materials Design Methods

May 7, 2024
Kamal Choudhary, Daniel Wines, Kevin Garrity, aldo romero, Jaron Krogel, Kayahan Saritas, Panchapakesan Ganesh, Paul Kent, Pascal Friederich, Vishu Gupta, Ankit Agrawal, Pratyush Tiwary, ichiro takeuchi, Robert Wexler, Arun Kumar Mannodi-Kanakkithodi, Avanish Mishra, Kangming Li, Adam Biacchi, Francesca Tavazza, Ben Blaiszik, Jason Hattrick-Simpers, Maureen E. Williams
Reproducibility and validation are major hurdles for scientific development across many fields. Materials science in particular encompasses a variety of experimental and theoretical approaches that require careful benchmarking. Leaderboard efforts have

Incorporating Syncable Authenticators Into NIST SP 800-63B

April 22, 2024
Ryan Galluzzo, Andrew Regenscheid, David Temoshok, Connie LaSalle
This supplement to NIST Special Publication 800-63B, Authentication and Lifecycle Management, provides agencies with additional guidance on the use of authenticators that may be synced between devices.

On Combinatorial Security Testing for the Tor Anonymity Network Client

April 7, 2024
Dimitris Simos, Bernhard Garn, Dominik-Philip Schreiber, Manuel Leithner, D. Richard Kuhn, Raghu N. Kacker
In this paper, we present an application of combinatorial security testing to the well-known anonymity network Tor. Rigorous testing of the Tor network is important to evaluate not only its functionality, but also the security it provides to its users

Non-Fungible Token Security

March 1, 2024
Peter Mell, Dylan Yaga
Non-fungible token (NFT) technology provides a mechanism to enable real assets (both virtual and physical) to be sold and exchanged on a blockchain. While NFTs are most often used for autographing digital assets (associating one's name with a digital

Application of the Hybrid Satellite Network Cybersecurity Framework Profile: An Example Implementation of NIST IR 8441

February 23, 2024
Frederick R. Byers, Dan Mamula, Karri Meldorf, Joseph Brule, Rory Jennings, John Wiltberger, Eugene Craft, John Dombrowski, O'Ryan Lattin, Abdul Noor, Matt Yetto, Aliaksander Mamonau, Oksana Slivina, Jay Sharma, Dr. Kangmin Zheng
The space sector is transitioning towards Hybrid Satellite Networks (HSN), an aggregation of independently owned and operated terminals, antennas, satellites, payloads, or other components that comprise a satellite system. The elements of an HSN may have

Employing Word-Embedding for Schema Matching in Standard Lifecycle Management

December 29, 2023
Hakju Oh, Boonserm Kulvatunyou, Albert T. Jones, Tim Finin
Today, businesses rely on numerous information systems to achieve their production goals and improve their global competitiveness. Semantically integrating those systems is essential for businesses to achieve both. To do so, businesses must rely on

Evaluating the security of CRYSTALS-Dilithium in the quantum random oracle model

December 27, 2023
Kelsey Jackson, Carl A. Miller, Daochen Wang
In the wake of recent progress on quantum computing hardware, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is standardizing cryptographic protocols that are resistant to attacks by quantum adversaries. The primary digital signature scheme that
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