The Hill - Joe Uchill - 08/20/16
On August 10, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, on behalf of the brand new White House Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity, placed a request for information (RFI) in the Federal Register.
The list of topics was extensive, effectively asking for feedback on any issue related to cybersecurity that might come up over the next decade.
Security pros, trade associations and businesses can’t wait to reply.
“We’re excited that it’s a little more open than RFIs normally are. We can respond in a little more open manner about issues we don’t normally get to touch on,” said Brendan Peter, vice president of global government relations at CA Technologies.