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NCCoE Calls for Public to Comment on Cybersecurity Project Description

The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, an agency within the National Institutes of Standards and Technology, seeks public feedback on a recently drafted implementation project description.

NCCoE said its project, known as Validating the Integrity of Servers and Client Devices, aims to demonstrate implementations that allow organizations to verify the authenticity of purchased computing tools.

The project would also examine the methods to determine whether a device matches manufacturer-claimed specifications. NIST will use the project's results to create a cybersecurity implementation guide that would be available to the public.

Interested parties may submit feedback on the draft description through Jan.6, 2020. The draft can be found here.

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