Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Stakeholder: NIST request will yield clearer picture of framework uses

Federal officials should get a much better idea of who is and isn't using the framework of cybersecurity standards from the request for information that the National Institute of Standards and Technology recently issued, according to John DiMaria of the British Standards Institution.

DiMaria, who has been closely involved in the development of the framework, also said he is looking forward to greater attention to "international harmonization" as the process continues.

NIST's RFI was formally released on Aug. 26, opening a . . .

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