One of the major objectives and responsibilities of the Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board is to identify emerging managerial, technical, administrative, and physical safeguard issues relative to information security and privacy.
The focus of the Board's work for 2012-13 will be in the following areas:
- Automated Information Flows for Situational Awareness
- Transformation of Dynamic Security Intelligence
- Privacy technology
- Cloud Computing and FedRAMP
- Industry Security Officers Best Practices
- Trusted Internet Connection
- Biometrics and ID management
- Security metrics
- Geospatial security and privacy issues
- FISMA reauthorization (and other legislative support)
- National security community activities in areas relevant to civilian agency security (e.g., architectures)
- Health care IT
- Telecommuting Security
- Senior Management's Role in FISMA Review
- Use and Implementation of Federal IT Security Products
- Social Networking and Security
- The Einstein Program and its continuing effectiveness
- NIST’s outreach, research, and partnering approaches
- Cyber security leadership in the Executive Branch
These work plans will be pursued within the bounds of the ISPAB charter.
If you have any questions or need information please email MatthewScholl.