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Vulnerability Disclosure Guidance
NIST has been tasked with creating guidelines for reporting, coordinating, publishing, and receiving​ information about security vulnerabilities​, as part of the Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2020, Public Law 116-207, and in alignment with ISO/IEC 29147 and 30111 whenever practical.  The guidelines address: Establishing a federal vulnerability disclosure framework, including the Federal Coordination Body (FCB) and Vulnerability Disclosure Program Offices (VDPOs)...
Zero Trust Architecture | NCCoE
[Redirect to] Conventional network security has focused on perimeter defenses, but many organizations no longer have a clearly-defined perimeter. To protect a modern digital enterprise, organizations need a comprehensive strategy for secure “anytime, anywhere” access to their corporate resources (e.g., applications, legacy systems, data, and devices) regardless of where they are located.

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