The National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) has published three draft addenda to its manufacturer IoT guidance NISTIR 8259, as well as draft guidance for federal agencies, NIST SP 800-213, on integrating IoT devices into their networks. Notably, NIST published the addenda—8259B, 8259C, and 8259D—and 800-213 just days
Paul C. Mathis is an associate in Crowell & Moring’s Washington, D.C. office. He is a member of the firm’s Privacy & Cybersecurity and International Dispute Resolution groups.
Paul represents a diverse set of clients on a wide range of counseling, regulatory, litigation, and arbitration matters, most often involving high technology industries or sectors. Paul’s experience in privacy and cybersecurity law includes data incident response, compliance reviews, and the representation of clients in incident-based litigation. He also has experience counseling technology and media companies on broad regulatory compliance and litigation matters, both in nascent markets, such as that for autonomous vehicles, and mature markets, such as that for satellite and cable broadcasting.