In response to a constantly-evolving cyber threat landscape, the Biden Administration recently announced the launch of a new cybersecurity labeling program – the U.S. Cyber Trust Mark program – in an effort to enhance transparency and protection against cyber threats in the growing Internet of Things (“IoT”) device space.Continue Reading Cybersecurity Labeling Program to Increase Transparency of IoT Device Security
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is updating the security standards that govern the protection of sensitive government information. NIST recently released an initial public draft for comment. The document will be the third version of its existing standard (NIST SP 800-171), Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information in Nonfederal Systems and Organizations. The comment period closes July 14, 2023.Continue Reading NIST Seeks Input on Standards for Protecting Sensitive Government Information
NIST recently released several key deliverables relating to cybersecurity. These focus on secure software development and new consumer labeling programs as contemplated by President Biden’s Executive Order 14028, which seeks to implement multiple new practices to improve the Nation’s cybersecurity.
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