The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology has launched its Privacy Engineering Collaboration Space, an online portal where practitioners can help develop open-source tools, solutions and processes. NIST has created the engineering space to initially focus on contributions related to de-identification and privacy risk management. Participants can send their creations to NIST’s GitHub repository. The agency seeks three different types of categories, including tools, use cases and feedback. Moderators for the space include NIST Privacy Risk Strategist Katie Boeckl and University of Vermont Assistant Professors of Computer Science Joseph Near and David Darais. Editor's Note: The IAPP will host the Privacy Engineering Section Forum May 1 during our Global Privacy Summit 2019 event in Washington.
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