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NISTIR 8425 (Draft)

Profile of the IoT Core Baseline for Consumer IoT Products

Date Published: June 17, 2022
Comments Due: July 31, 2022 (public comment period is CLOSED)
Email Questions to: iotsecurity@nist.gov

Author(s)

Michael Fagan (NIST), Katerina Megas (NIST), Paul Watrobski (NIST), Jeffrey Marron (NIST), Barbara Cuthill (NIST)

Announcement

NIST's Cybersecurity for the Internet of Things (IoT) program has released two new draft documents for public comment:

These new documents will be central to the discussions at our upcoming virtual workshop on considerations around cybersecurity for IoT products, including consumer products. This event takes place on June 22, 2022, from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time. The workshop Building on the NIST Foundations: Next Steps in IoT Cybersecurity | NIST website has the full agenda and registration.

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.

Abstract

Keywords

Internet of Things (IoT); consumer IoT; cybersecurity; IoT products; privacy; safety; securable products.
Control Families

None selected

Documentation

Publication:
NISTIR 8425 (Draft) (DOI)
Local Download

Supplemental Material:
Ideas for the Future of IoT Cybersecurity at NIST: IoT Risk Identification Complexity (pdf)

Document History:
06/17/22: NISTIR 8425 (Draft)
09/20/22: NISTIR 8425 (Final)

Topics

Applications
Internet of Things

Sectors
retail