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Search Publications by: Michael Ogata (Fed)

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Static Analysis Tool Exposition (SATE) VI: Mobile Track Report

March 29, 2023
Michael Ogata
Mobile applications are pervasive in the public and private sectors. Enterprises in these sectors should evaluate the mobile applications used within their infrastructures for vulnerabilities to minimize potential risk. The SATE VI Mobile track seeks to

Recommended Criteria for Cybersecurity Labeling of Consumer Software

February 4, 2022
Michael Ogata, Amy Phelps, Julie Haney
Executive Order (EO) 14028, "Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity," tasks the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), in coordination with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and other agencies, to initiate pilot programs for cybersecurity

2019 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Presentations by NIST Authors

October 25, 2021
Richard A. Rouil, Tom Henderson, Marco Mezzavilla, Michele Polese, Jaden Pieper, Chunmei Liu, Silas Thompson, David W. Griffith, Christopher Walton, Christopher D. Dennis, Fabio C. da Silva, John S. Garofolo, James M. Horan, Samuel Hood, Julie Stroup, Christine Task, Terese Manley, Sam Ray, Alison Kahn, Maxwell Maurice, Hien V. Nguyen, Frederick R. Byers, Kristen K. Greene, Mary Theofanos, Yee-Yin Choong, Sandra Spickard Prettyman, Pamela J. Konkol, Jeffrey Cichonski, Bill Fisher, Gema Howell, Mike Dolan, Adam Lewis, Michael Ogata, John Beltz, Michael Bartock, Sarah Hughes, Santosh Rajvaidya, Craig Connelly, Scott Ledgerwood, Megan Waldock, Dereck R. Orr, Donald Bradshaw, Jeb Benson
2019 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Presentations by NIST Authors

PSCR 2021: Overhead! Cybersecurity and Public Safety UAS

October 1, 2021
Michael Ogata, Raymond Sheh, Randall Nichols, Teague Forren
In recent decades, Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) have become vastly cheaper and more fully featured. Public safety has begun to incorporate these devices into their missions for everything from reconnaissance, to surveillance, to situational awareness

Vetting the Security of Mobile Applications

April 19, 2019
Michael Ogata, Josh Franklin, Jeff 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 applications, ensuring that they are reasonably free from vulnerabilities and defects becomes paramount

2018 Stakeholder Presentations, Day 3, Room 30C

October 16, 2018
Scott A. Ledgerwood, Mary F. Theofanos, Yee-Yin Choong, Shanee T. Dawkins, Kristen Greene, Sandra S. Prettyman, William J. Fisher, Michael A. Ogata, Gema E. Howell, John T. Beltz, Sheila E. Frankel, Donald L. Harriss, Jason Jerald, Cole Sandau, Regis Kopper, Brad Fain, Jing Du, Randall Spain, John Blackwell

Mobile Application Security Exercise (MASE): Final Report

May 22, 2018
Michael A. Ogata
Mobile applications have become an integral part in the mission of the federal government and public safety. There exist many techniques that seek to assure these applications are free from software bugs and vulnerabilities. However, a unified list of

An Overview of Mobile Application Vetting Services for Public Safety

January 27, 2017
Gema E. Howell, Michael A. Ogata
The Middle Class Tax Relief Act of 2012 mandated the creation of the Nation's first nationwide, high-speed communications network dedicated for public safety. The law instantiated a new federal entity, the Federal Responder Network Authority (FirstNet), to

Public Safety Mobile Application Security Requirements Workshop Summary

January 22, 2015
Michael Ogata, Barbara Guttman, Nelson Hastings
This document captures the input received from the half-day workshop titled "Public Safety Mobile Application Security Requirements" organized by the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International, in cooperation with FirstNet