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MeriTalk: NIST Leaning on Strong Feedback for Cyber Framework Update

“As the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) works to update its influential Cybersecurity Framework – first issued in 2014 and later updated in 2018 – a NIST official said on May 17 that the agency is leaning on industry feedback as it embarks on the new update.

Kevin Stine, chief of the Applied Cybersecurity Division at NIST, recounted that NIST issued a request for information (RFI) in February that looked to gather input on three buckets: the Cybersecurity Framework, cybersecurity resources, and supply chain cybersecurity…

Stine said NIST was ‘thrilled’ with the volume of feedback it received, and with submissions from a variety of organizations – including associations that represent ‘thousands and thousands of companies across the sector and, quite honestly, around the world.’…

‘I would say coming up soon, we will likely issue a summary analysis of the RFI responses over the next several weeks or month or so, as we pore through those,’ Stine said. ‘We’ll want to identify key themes that emerge from the RFI responses and provide that feedback to the community both for awareness as well as for validation.’…” Read the full article here.

Source:  NIST Leaning on Strong Feedback for Cyber Framework Update – By Grace Dille, May 18, 2022. MeriTalk.


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