This week the National Institute of Standards and Testing’s (NIST) Computer Security Division announced that on May 29th they would be holding a three day workshop on the development of the Cybersecurity Framework. While the first NIST Cybersecurity Framework meeting on April 3rd was mainly presentations by government agencies about development process, this upcoming workshop is designed to solicit comments from the public about the Framework.
No registration information is currently available, but the workshop will be held in Pittsburgh, PA. The NIST point of contact is Suzanne Lightman (email@example.com).
NOTE: The closing date for submitting written comments on the Framework has now passed (April 8th, 2013) so this meeting will likely be the last chance to provide comments that can affect the development process. Later meetings will likely deal with the details of the Framework not the general direction that it takes.