Friday, July 03, 2015

Participants digging into NIST's draft cybersecurity framework for Dallas meeting

Federal officials at this week's cybersecurity workshop in Dallas should expect pointed questions about how companies measure cost effectiveness, set priorities and demonstrate adoption under the voluntary framework for critical infrastructure being developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

With a month to go before NIST releases a preliminary framework for public comment, some industry representatives will go to Dallas pushing for a significant course correction. Others will encourage NIST to press ahead with what they see as a . . . is subscription-based. There are two ways to access this content.

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