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Daily Dashboard | NIST blog: Using utility metrics for differential privacy Related reading: FTC Chair Lina Khan opens up on tech enforcement

  • In the U.S National Institute of Standards and Technology’s latest blog on differential privacy, Urban Institute Lead Data Scientist for Privacy and Data Security Claire McKay Bowen discussed utility metrics privacy researchers and data users implement to assess differentially private data or statistics.
  • NIST released final guidance for federal organizations on including Internet-of-Things devices in their systems. The guidance offers “a set of documentation focused on bridging the gap between IoT devices suppliers and federal customers, with the understanding that the Risk Management Framework ... is the starting point for all federal systems cybersecurity,” according to NIST.

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