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Daily Dashboard | NIST launches privacy framework project Related reading: Canadian Parliament's Bill C-27 hearing delves deeper into AIDA

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Update  9/6/2018 – 11:38 am EST: NIST’s first workshop, in conjunction with the IAPP’s Privacy. Security. Risk Conference in Austin, Texas, is officially at capacity. A video of the workshop, however, will be available after the event. The IAPP will also cover the event in its publications. 

The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology is launching a project to create a privacy framework aimed at helping entities manage risk when using technologies, such as artificial intelligence and the internet of things. "NIST's goal is to develop a framework that will bridge the gaps between privacy professionals and senior executives so that organizations can respond effectively to these challenges without stifling innovation," said NIST Senior Privacy Policy Advisor Naomi Lefkovitz. NIST will host its first workshop prior to the IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2018 conference Oct. 16 to gather input from stakeholders on the project. In conjunction with this effort, the Commerce Department's National Telecommunications and Information Administration is working with the department's International Trade Administration to develop a domestic policy approach to consumer privacy. Editor's Note: The NIST workshop is at capacity, but video of the event will be available, and the IAPP will cover the takeaways in its publications. 
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