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Trustworthy networks

Overview

NIST works with industry partners to advance the research, standardization and adoption of technologies necessary to increase the security, privacy, robustness and performance of networked systems.  This includes resolving systemic vulnerabilities in existing and emerging critical network infrastructures and advancing the development of potentially disruptive technologies to improve the trustworthiness of future networks.  NIST innovates and applies the measurement science necessary to establish a technical basis for trustworthy networks.

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Trustworthy Networks Program

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NIST works with industry partners to advance the research, standardization and adoption of technologies necessary to increase the security, privacy, robustness

News

Operating Envelope Specification supports automated driving safety measurement, key to testing and public acceptance of automated vehicles

NIST Proposes Operating Envelope Specification Concept to Support Automated Driving Safety

Updated standard enables translations between simulation of the overall system and simulations of physical interactions and signal flow

NIST Helps OMG Update a Simulations Standard, Improving System Engineering

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Spotlight: Solving a Pressing Puzzle With Cryptography Pro Angela Robinson