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NIST privacy framework seeks to bridge divide between engineers and lawyers

May 15, 2019 |
Rick Weber
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ATLANTA. The National Institute of Standards and Technology's draft privacy framework is intended to offer a common approach to managing risks that speaks to both engineers who design and manage systems and the lawyers who are concerned about compliance, and the plan's handling of “informative references” is expected to play a key role in bridging that divide, according to officials at the NIST workshop here on drafting the privacy document.

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