The National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) has announced it will host a workshop, April 9-10, focusing on developing privacy engineering for designing new IT products. “We still have some foundational work to do to achieve technical privacy standards,” said NIST Senior Privacy Policy Analyst Naomi Lefkovitz, adding, “We have high-level principles, but we lack a mature body of work around threat models, risk-management models and design system requirements.” The workshop will focus on exploring privacy engineering methodology as well as a privacy-risk management model and system design and development, according to a press release. IT professionals, privacy policy experts and system design engineers are all encouraged to participate. Here’s the workshop’s agenda.
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