When looking at the catalog entry for a standard you will always see:
This is a screenshot from the IEEE Xplore website of the catalog entry for IEEE standard 1667-2018:
"IEEE Standard for Discovery, Authentication, and Authorization in Host Attachments of Storage Devices," in IEEE Std 1667-2018 (Revision of IEEE Std 1667-2015) , vol., no., pp.1-226, 2 Oct. 2018, doi: 10.1109/IEEESTD.2018.8479380.
Typically included in chapter two of a standard, referenced documents or referenced publications are key to understanding how a standard is connected with other standards. Most standards do not stand alone and rely on the contents of other standards to support their functionality. While referenced standards may be included in part or whole within the standard that references them, often you will need to access the referenced standards in addition to the standard you already have.
If you need assistance citing standards, contact a librarian.
Your citation needs to include enough information to direct a reader to the correct document. This includes:
Standard Development Organization Name (Standard Revision Year). Standard Title (Standard No. ####). Hyperlink to standard.
(Standard Development Organization Name, Standard Revision Year)
Formats for print standards:
Formats for online standards:
Adapted from University of British Columbia Library's Citing Standards