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NIST officials tout use of privacy framework in 'communicating with regulators'

January 30, 2020 |
Charlie Mitchell

The new privacy framework developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology is an “enterprise-level risk management tool” that should help organizations structure their privacy policies -- while also creating a way to communicate with regulators amid burgeoning requirements at the state and international levels, agency officials stressed on Wednesday.

NIST's Naomi Lefkovitz, the agency's lead on privacy issues, Adam Sedgewick, who shepherded the 2013-2014 development of the framework of cybersecurity standards, and Kaitlin Boeckl, a privacy risk strategist...

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