NIST anticipates funding one award in the range of $750,000 to $1,000,000 for 18 months to focus on streamlining the way that patients and providers access health information from different organizations online.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology published a draft interagency report this week that examines how federal agencies and the private sector can better assess identity solutions.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology announced a new blog this week that will take a look at some of the people and projects underway at the science and technology agency.
In advance of its Applying Measurement Science in the Identity Ecosystem workshop Jan. 12 and 13, the National Institute of Standards and Technology team responsible for the implementation of the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, or NSTIC, has issued three white papers that dive into how identity solutions can be evaluated and measured.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is collaborating on two new projects that aim to foster the development of privacy-enhancing technologies.
Kimberly Little Sutherland, the IDESG's plenary chair and senior director of identity management strategy at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, sat down with FierceGovernmentIT to discuss the process of crafting the framework, how federal agencies should use it and what the documents' release means for the future of the organization.
With the release of the framework, the group delivers the first tangible result of National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, a visionary plan rolled out by the White House in April 2011.
The public-private partnership tasked by the National Institute of Standards and Technology to create an "identity ecosystem" will release a major document later this month.
This fourth round of projects are part of the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, which is aimed at encouraging adoption of more secure, easy-to-use and interoperable identity credentials for access to various online services.
The National Science Foundation and the National Institute of Standards and Technology separately have contributed much to improve the cybersecurity of federal agencies and the nation as a whole, but officials at a recent hearing say the credit and responsibility are shared.