Become a Collaborator on the Mitigating Cybersecurity Risk in Telehealth Smart Home Integration Project The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) has issued a Federal Register Notice (FRN) inviting industry participants and other interested collaborators to participate in the Mitigating Cybersecurity Risk in Telehealth Smart Home Integration Project. The NCCoE Healthcare project team will build an environment that will model patients’ use of smart speakers in a telehealth ecosystem. The goal of this project is to identify and mitigate cybersecurity and privacy risks associated with these ecosystems. This project will result in a publicly available NIST Cybersecurity Practice Guide. There are two ways to join the NCCoE for this project: Become an NCCoE Collaborator – Collaborators are members of the project team that work alongside the NCCoE staff to build the demonstration by contributing products, services, and technical expertise. Get Started Today – If you are interested in becoming an NCCoE collaborator for the Mitigating Cybersecurity Risk in Telehealth Smart Home Integration project, first review the requirements identified in the Federal Register Notice. To become a collaborator, visit the project page to see the final project description and request a Letter of Interest (LOI) template--you will then receive a link to download the LOI template. Go to the project page here Complete the LOI template and send it to the NCCoE Healthcare team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Join our Community of Interest – By joining the NCCoE Healthcare Community of Interest (COI), you will receive project updates and the opportunity to share your expertise to help guide this project. Request to join our Healthcare COI by visiting our project page. If you have any questions, please contact our project team at email@example.com.