NCCoE announced Technology Collaborators for Responding to and Recovering from a Cyber Attack

The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) has invited technology providers and industry experts from Amazon Web Services, Cisco, Dragos, Garland Technologies, Inductive Automation, Qcor, Rockwell, Siemens, TDI Technologies, and Tenable to collaborate on the Responding to and Recovering from a Cyber Attack: Cybersecurity for the Manufacturing Sector project, NCCoE announced December 19.

These collaborators will work with the NCCoE project team to demonstrate a practical solution to assist organizations in detecting, responding, and recovering from a cyber incident within an operational technology environment.

The result will be a freely available NIST Cybersecurity Practice Guide that includes a reference design and a detailed description of the practical steps needed to implement the solution based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and industry standards and best practices.

Each of these organizations responded to a notice in the Federal Register to submit capabilities that aligned with desired solution characteristics for the project. The accepted collaborators were extended a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement, enabling them to participate in a consortium in which they will contribute expertise and hardware or software to help refine a reference design and build example standards-based solutions.

Source: NIST

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