10 Sep '17, 1pm

NIST Updates Boost IoT Privacy And Security - Sensors Online

NIST Updates Boost IoT Privacy And Security - Sensors Online

For example, an IT system may employ cameras. Security experts determine security controls for the camera sensor, while privacy professionals decide on privacy controls such as a control to preserve a passerby’s privacy. Also, the control selection process is now separated from the security control catalog and included in the NIST Risk Management Framework, described in NIST Special Publication 800-37, so that organizations outside of the federal government can more easily use the NIST controls with the frameworks they currently use, such as ISO 270001 and the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, also known as the Cybersecurity Framework.

Full article: http://www.sensorsmag.com/iot-wireless/nist-updates-boost...

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