NIST and Computer Security
William Burr, US National Institute of Standards and Technology
Hildegard Ferraiolo, US National Institute of Standards and Technology
David Waltermire, US National Institute of Standards and Technology
The US National Institute of Standards and Technology's highly visible work in four key areas--cryptographic standards, role-based access control, identification card standards, and security automation--has and continues to shape computer and information security at both national and global levels. This article is part of a special issue on NIST contributions to IT.

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