NIST

Submitted on September 1, 2022 | John Adams
NIST AI Risk Management Framework ♦ NIST AI Risk Management Framework - National Institute of Standards and Technology has published a second draft of its AI Risk Management Framework and seeks industry input. NIST is seeking to create a voluntary...
Submitted on July 6, 2022 | John Adams
NIST Quantum-Resistant Encryption ♦ NIST Quantum-Resistant Encryption – the National Institute of Standards and Technology has announced the first series of quantum-resistant computer algorithms able to secure digital information in a post-quantum world. NIST has identified four encryption tools specifically...
Submitted on March 14, 2022 | John Adams
Consumer internet-of-things devices may soon ship with a cybersecurity seal of approval that will safeguard user data, receive software updates and protect against device hijacking. Katerina Megas, program manager for NIST's IOT cybersecurity program, said recently the agency is conducting...
Submitted on October 30, 2020 | John Adams
Following on from the release of 2 Factor Authentication in Inception, Inner Range continues to enhance its cyber security credentials through the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which is a part of the United States Department of Commerce....
Submitted on August 3, 2020 | John Adams
How well do face recognition algorithms identify people wearing protective face masks during the COVID-19 epidemic? The answer is in - and it's not positive. The answer, according to a preliminary study by the National Institute of Standards and Technology...
Submitted on May 26, 2020 | John Adams
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is looking for organizations to contribute products and expertise they’ve developed for implementing cybersecurity standards into 5G technology as part of a best practices publications that will assist organizations drafting requests for information...
Submitted on November 29, 2019 | John Adams
The National Institute for Standards and Technology is building a contract vehicle for a range of services in support of its work in cyber-physical systems, such as smart cities and the internet of things. The standards agency released a request...
Submitted on August 6, 2019 | John Adams
Considerations for Managing Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity and Privacy Risks (NISTIR 8228) is the first in a planned series of documents NIST is developing to help IoT users protect themselves, their data and their networks from potential compromise. Developed...
Submitted on June 11, 2019 | John Adams
ONVIF reports that its Export File Format, a specification for the export of video from security surveillance recording platforms, is the new standard recommended by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for the exporting and playback of video...
Submitted on March 6, 2019 | John Adams
Reading salient bits of the National Institute of Standard’s and Technology’s gigantic new Facial Recognition Vendor Test (FRVT) comparo and weighing up end user hunger for efficiency and simplicity, I couldn’t help wondering where face recognition might end up. It...
Submitted on February 8, 2019 | John Adams
Between 2014 and 2018, facial recognition software got 20 times better at searching a database to find a matching photograph, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) evaluation of 127 software algorithms from 39 developers. But the...
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