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The Governor of Maryland, Martin O’Malley, hosted a Cyber Maryland Summit at NIST on January 11, 2010. The purpose of the CyberMaryland Summit was to:

  • Release an inaugural Cyber Security Report and unveil the Maryland State’s action plan to increase Maryland jobs;
  • Acknowledge partners and industry leaders;
  • Communicate State assets and economic impact;
  • Recognize Congressional delegation; and
  • Connect with NIST Director and employees.

Summit Content


Scroll to bottom of this page for links to Selected Presentations

Posters and Other Materials:


   Fingerprint, MBARK

Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program (CAVP):

   CAVP Validations by FY

Cloud Computing:

   The NIST Cloud Computing Project


   Cryptographic Toolkit (poster)
   Hashing Competition (poster)
   Cryptographic Toolkit (handout)

Federal Information Processing Standard 140-3
(FIPS 140-3 Security Requirements for Cryptographic Modules Non-Invasive Attack Testing):

   Poster #1
   Poster #2

Federal Information Security Management Act
(FISMA) Implementation Project:

   Poster #1
   Poster #2
   Poster #3

Health Information Technology:

   Poster #1
   Poster #2


   Mobile Biometric User Interface

Machine Translation (MT):

   Overview, Poster #1
   Poster #2
   Poster #3
   Poster #4
   Poster #5

NIST Voting Cyber Security:

   Voting Activities Poster #1
   Poster #2
   Poster #3
   Poster #4

Preventing Website Hacking:


Securing the Internet’s Global Routing Infrastructure:

   BGP = Border Gateway Protocol
   DNSSEC= Domain Name System Security Project
   USG IPv6 = United States Government Internet Protocol v6

Smart Grid Security:

   Poster #1
   Poster #2

Selected Presentations
January 11, 2010 Type
Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program (CAVP) Presentation
Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP) Presentation
Cryptography Presentation
Curt Barker
FIPS 140-3 Non-Invasive Attack Testing Presentation
Caroline Scace
Hirofumi Sakane
NIST and the Smart Grid Presentation
Annabelle Lee
PIV Personal Identity Verification Program Presentation
Hildegard Ferraiolo - NIST
Elaine Newton
Security Automation Presentation
John Banghart
The Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 Presentation
Mr. Matthew Scholl - NIST

Event Details

Starts: January 11, 2010 - 12:00 AM EST
Ends: January 11, 2010 - 12:00 AM EST

Format: In-person Type: Other


Attendance Type: Open to public,Open to members,By invitation
Audience Type: Industry,Government


Gaithersburg, MD

Created December 08, 2016, Updated June 22, 2020