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NIST privacy framework discussions swirl around need to define basic terms

May 14, 2019 |
Mariam Baksh
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ATLANTA – Officials at the National Institute of Standards and Technology said they heard that they need to clarify “foundational” terms and adjust “core” functions of a draft privacy framework based on input at the first day of a two-say workshop here.

“I think there was general support for the privacy framework, that it's going to provide a foundational bedrock,” Kevin Stine, head of NIST's applied cybersecurity division said in summarizing feedback on a “discussion draft” document at the...


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