A new U.S. privacy framework is quickly approaching completion. The National Institute of Standards and Technology, which holds the drafting pen, is encouraging stakeholders to share their feedback soon. Since last October, NIST has been working to develop its Privacy Framework to help organizations identify, internalize and address privacy risk. On July 8 and 9, NIST presented its latest draft of the framework during a workshop in Boise, Idaho, and solicited feedback from participants. Throughout the two-day event, both technically and legally oriented privacy professionals engaged in extensive discussion. IAPP Senior Privacy Fellow Caitlin Fennessy, CIPP/US, recaps the workshop, as well as the IAPP’s own contributions to the event.
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