/. Recently published a post covering a draft NIST Standard that is in review . This handler thought it would cause a disturbance in the force, but so far no one is discussing it. One of the big stand out changes is no more periodic password changes . There are several others as well, and CSO Online has a fantastic summary review .
There are some clear differences that stand out right away in the introduction. As with most things, standards evolve as we learn.
padding:5px 10px”> Electronic authentication (e-authentication) is the process of establishing confidence in user identities electronically presented to an information system. E-authentication presents a technical challenge when this process involves the remote authentication of individual people over a network. This recommendation provides technical guidelines to agencies to allow an individual person to remotely authenticate his/her identity to a Federal Information Technology (IT) system. 
The new draft goes on from there to outline digital identity and attempts to clearly define access and uses more risk based language.
One clear change that will shock users is the removal of periodic password changes. The handlers agree that a strong review of this draft is in order for security professionals as we can hear the users now:
Wait, you have been forcing me to change my passwords ALL THIS time, and now your saying it is not needed?
Another section that should be reviewed and discussed deeply is 5.2.7 Verifier Compromise Resistance. According to the section there should be some mechanism to verify compromise resistance. One could interpret this to run passwords against breached credential databases, however this is not specifically called out  .
In conclusion, this standard is a strong deviation from previous recommendations and should be reviewed for impact to your security practice. (There is that disturbance in the force we were looking for).
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