In 2016, the National Institute for Standards & Technology released NIST Special Publication 800-160 -guidance addressing the systems engineering subdiscipline of systems security engineering (redesignated NIST SP 800-160 volume 1 in 2018). In 2021 NIST kicked off an update to this seminal document to update for advances and lessons learned from its use, with the initial public draft (IPD) released for public comment 11 January 2022, the final public draft (FPD) expected May, and final this summer.
Renamed “Engineering Trustworthy Secure Systems” for the revision, Volume 1 Revision 1 aligns closely (partially intentionally, partially coincidentally) with INCOSE’s Systems Engineering Vision 2035 and supporting efforts such as security in the Future of Systems Engineering (FuSE). This presentation will discuss NIST SP 800-160 Volume 1 Revision 1 in its role as describing principles and concepts for a systems engineering team’s role with engineering trustworthy secure systems while relating it to INCOSE efforts and initiatives.
We use zoom for our monthly meetings. We also now have one location in Rochester for attending in-person: L3Harris Technologies facility at 1680 University Avenue, Rochester NY, 14610.
There is no cost to attend for anyone, but pre-registration is required.
To register, send an email to Teresa.Froncek@incose.net and state if you will attend in-person at L3Harris
For those virtual attendees: The link will be sent out a few days before the meeting.
For in-person attendees (L3Harris): Further instructions will be sent out before the meeting.