NIST - Information Technology

  1. On October 26-27, 2021, the GCTC Secure and Safe Communities SuperCluster held the NIST cosponsored Cybersecurity Symposium for Smart Cities 2021 focused on smart communities' "digital safety nets" – a transformation accelerated by the pandemic and
  2. On October 13, 2021, the GCTC Utility SuperCluster conducted a NIST co-sponsored webcast in which a panel of experts addressed the lessons from technology use in smart community initiatives. One example that was described is a windshield-mounted
  3. A recent Propmodo article, Middleware Needs Standardization to Hold Smart Buildings Together, points out that sensor data in smart buildings and smart cities must get to where it needs to go so that it can be used and acted upon. That is one of the
  4. In 2020, NIST and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) mapped the NIST Cybersecurity Framework to NERC's Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Standards for the Bulk Electric System. Recently, NIST and NERC jointly published
  5. Each award of up to $300,000 will fund projects to address national priorities such as manufacturing of critical infrastructure.
  6. Report documents the scientific foundations of digital evidence examination and recommends ways to advance the field.
  7. NIST has released a revision of Cybersecurity Supply Chain Risk Management Practices for Systems and Organizations (NIST Special Publication 800-161 Revision 1). This document updates guidance on identifying, assessing, and responding to
  8. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has revolutionized medical diagnostics and research by providing a non-invasive way to investigate internal tissue structures and processes at millimeter scale, often with far better soft-tissue contrast than can be
  9. A new update to the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s foundational cybersecurity supply chain risk management (C-SCRM) guidance aims to help organizations protect themselves as they acquire and use technology products and services.
  10. As Wi-Fi is deployed more widely in cities, and perhaps at higher frequencies, it may depend on an abundant urban asset: streetlight poles.

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