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Rep. Ro Khanna Presents Bill to Require Federal Employee Cybersecurity Training

Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., has introduced a bill that aims to codify cybersecurity training as a requirement for federal employees. The Internet of Things Cybersecurity Training for Federal Employees Act would have the Office of Management and Budget mandate federal personnel to understand cybersecurity and IoT device risks, Khanna's office said Monday.

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Deloitte Launches Smart Factory Fabric on Amazon Web Services to Accelerate Smart Factory Transformations

Deloitte announced on Monday that the company has launched Smart Factory Fabric, a pre-configured suite of cloud-based Internet of Things (IoT) applications powered by Amazon Web Services, to accelerate smart factory transformations for companies with manufacturing operations.

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NIST Looks to Develop Common Cyber Standards for IoT Devices

The National Institute of Standards and Technology solicited comments from industry partners as it works on a set of cybersecurity standards for manufacturers and users of internet of things-based devices, Federal News Network reported Tuesday. NIST officials held a workshop at its Gaithersburg, Md.-based headquarters Tuesday to seek industry feedback on an IoT risk management report released in June.

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NIST Issues Draft Guide for IoT Network Security

The National Institute of Standards and Technology released a draft guide for incorporating cybersecurity into an internet-of-things network. NIST said Thursday that the “Core Cybersecurity Feature Baseline for Securable IoT Devices” guide provides recommendations on security features that organizations may implement for network-capable devices used in a range of applications such as manufacturing, health care and home use.

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