2017 Fed 100

Federal 100: Kevin M. Stine

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Name: Kevin M. Stine
Title: Chief, Applied Cybersecurity Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Agency/Company: Commerce Department

Standardizing security. Through Stine’s leadership, NIST has expanded its program to address the nation’s cybersecurity challenges and accelerate implementation of standards and best practices in the public and private sectors. He brought together the U.S. Coast Guard and maritime industry organizations to assess their cybersecurity risks and determine standards and best practices to improve their infrastructure. He also helped agencies, the health IT community, medical device manufacturers and cybersecurity vendors improve the security of medical devices. In addition, Stine integrated his privacy team into projects throughout NIST, which resulted in better management of security and privacy risks.

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