NIST has launched a new International Cybersecurity and Privacy Resources Site. The site includes translations of the Cybersecurity Framework, including a newly published Indonesian translation.
Working with the Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP) within the Department of Commerce, NIST shared information on their cybersecurity and privacy resources with visitors from the governments of Pakistan and Bangladesh.
The company also had discussions with the Australian government and participated virtually in an event hosted by the government of Uruguay, which continues to use and highlight its adaptation of the Cybersecurity Framework.
State Department and International Trade Administration (ITA) officials facilitated opportunities to share information on resources with other countries, including Japan, the Republic of Korea, Iraq, and Kenya.
NIST also presented on the Cybersecurity Framework and draft Cybersecurity Framework Profile for Ransomware Risk Management with partners in the Nordic region at a discussion hosted by the U.S. Embassy in Denmark on developments in ransomware attacks and other current cybersecurity threats.
It is participating in ongoing cybersecurity discussions in Subcommittee 27 of the Joint Technical Committee (JTC) 1 of the International Organization of Standardization (ISO)/International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). Previous engagement there has culminated in Technical Report 27103 on cybersecurity and ISO/IEC standards and Technical Specification 27110 focused on cybersecurity framework guidelines.