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Date Published: December 2020
Comments Due: February 26, 2021 (public comment period is CLOSED)
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Planning Note (11/29/2021):
This document has been withdrawn, and based on public comments the content is now available in an appendix of SP 800-213A.
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Draft NISTIR 8259D provides a worked example result of applying the NISTIR 8259C process, focused on the federal government customer space, where the requirements of the FISMA process and the SP 800-53 security and privacy controls catalog are the essential guidance. NISTIR 8259D provides a device-centric, cybersecurity-oriented profile of the NISTIR 8259A and 8259B core baselines, calibrated against the FISMA low baseline described in NIST SP 800-53B as an example of the criteria for minimal securability for federal use cases.
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