New NIST Privacy Framework together with its existing Cybersecurity Framework provide a road map on cyber industry security, data handling standards and best practices for organizations.
New IoT security rating system by global safety certification firm UL is designed to empower consumers to make smarter decisions about the products and IoT solutions they purchase.
A draft NIST Privacy Framework meant for all organizations, regardless of size or sector, to use in improving privacy and security has been released for public comments.
According to Tripwire's State of Cyber Hygiene report, many organizations are simply not getting their cyber security basics right. And there is a distinct lack of focus on the proper maintenance and basic protection organizations need to put in place for cyber defense.
For years, IoT developers have focused too much on availability, and not enough on privacy and confidentiality. This mindset appears to be shifting and the NIST report is proof of a growing recognition that there needs to be universal standards in place to improve the privacy and security of any IoT system.
With rising risks of Internet of Things, the draft of the NIST 800-53 revision 5 addresses IoT security and privacy challenges head on.
Yoshihiro Satoh pointed out the difference between privacy and security and then explained about the specific measures for each and also the common measures between them.
In this article, we examine the role of International Standards Organization (ISO) standards, and how standards are important for an incident and data breach response plan.