The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is considering revising its Cybersecurity Framework 2.0. The agency announced a concept paper outlining the first proposed updates since 2018, placing emphasis on cybersecurity best practices, sector-specific requirements and cybersecurity governance. NIST said that it is looking to make "more substantial changes than in the previous update" in order to reflect "the evolving cybersecurity landscape." The concept paper is open for public comment until 3 March.
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