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National Online Informative References Program OLIR

SP-800-213A-v1.0-to-SP-800-53r5 Informative Reference Details

800-53

Informative Reference Information

Status:
Final

Informative Reference Version:
1.0.0

Focal Document Version:
800-53 Rev. 5

Summary:
A mapping between SP 800-53r5 security controls and NIST Special Publication 800-213A IoT Device Cybersecurity Requirements Catalog.

Target Audience:
Federal agencies as the entity establishing and conveying the security requirements in contractual vehicles and IoT device / product suppliers for complying with the security requirements set forth for protecting IoT devices.

Comprehensive:
No

Comments:
SP 800-213a provides a catalog of internet of things (IoT) device cybersecurity capabilities (i.e., features and functions needed from a device to support security controls) and non-technical supporting capabilities (i.e., actions and support needed from

Point of Contact:
Kevin Brady kevin.g.brady@nist.gov

Category of Submitter:
Public Sector

Dependencies/Requirements:
Stand-alone

Citations:

SHA3-256

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Authority

Owner

Reference Document Author:
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Reference Document:
IoT Device Cybersecurity Guidance for the Federal Government: IoT Device Cybersecurity Requirement Catalog

Reference Document Date:
11/00/2021

Reference Document URL:
https://doi.org/10.6028/NIST.SP.800-213A

Reference Developer:
NIST

Posted Date:
January 10, 2022

Contacts

National Online Informative References Program
olir@nist.gov

Topics

Security and Privacy: testing & validation

Applications: cybersecurity framework

Created September 08, 2020, Updated May 18, 2022