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Aug. 10, 2015

NIST IR 8074

DRAFT Report on Strategic U.S. Government Engagement in International Standardization to Achieve U.S. Objectives for Cybersecurity (2 Volumes):
Volume 1: Report
Volume 2: Supplemental Information for the Report

NIST seeks public comments on Draft NIST Interagency Report (NISTIR) 8074, which comprises two volumes, "Report on Strategic U.S. Government Engagement in International Standardization to Achieve U.S. Objectives for Cybersecurity" (Vol. 1) and "Supplemental Information" (Vol. 2).
 
Please send comments to nistir8074@nist.gov (Subject: “Comments on Draft NISTIR 8074”). The public comment period closes September 24, 2015. Those responding are encouraged to use the Comments Templates provided below.

Volume 1: Report
Comment Template for Volume 1
Volume 2: Supplemental Information for the Report
Comment Template for Volume 2


Volume 1  Report Volume 2 Supplement Information for the Report


Abstract
This report sets out proposed United States Government (USG) strategic objectives for pursuing the development and use of international standards for cybersecurity and makes recommendations to achieve those objectives. The recommendations cover interagency coordination, collaboration with the U.S. private sector and international partners, agency participation in international standards development, standards training and education, use of international standards to achieve mission and policy objectives, and other issues. NISTIR 8074 Volume 2, Supplemental Information for the Report on Strategic U.S. Government Engagement in International Standardization to Achieve U.S. Objectives for Cybersecurity provides additional background on international cybersecurity standardization