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NIST IoT Cybersecurity Program Releases Two New Documents
September 20, 2022

NIST’s Cybersecurity for the Internet of Things (IoT) program has released two new documents:

The new consumer profile reflects the next steps discussed in the summary report on the work done on the IoT cybersecurity labelling criteria portion of the work responding to Executive Order 14028. This profile builds on prior releases and the stakeholder feedback they generated.


If you have questions about these documents, please send an email to

To learn more about the Cybersecurity for IoT Program, visit the NIST website, and follow @NISTcyber on Twitter using #IoTSecurityNIST to join the conversation around topics in cybersecurity for consumer IoT devices during and after the workshop.

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: risk management

Applications: Internet of Things

Laws and Regulations: Executive Order 14028

Sectors: retail

Created September 16, 2022, Updated September 20, 2022