Wednesday 22 January 2020
La Cave
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Panel Description

This session will explore tools that support privacy engineering, in particular, the NIST Privacy Framework: A Tool for Improving Privacy through Enterprise Risk Management. NIST developed it with broad stakeholder input to help organizations: build consumer trust and make ethical decisions in developing systems, products, and services; meet compliance obligations and future-proof for an evolving technological and policy landscape; and better communicate about privacy practices. This panel of experts will discuss how you can bring privacy engineering tools, such as the Privacy Framework, into your organization to strengthen your privacy programs, facilitate implementation of privacy protections under different jurisdictional approaches, and advance the development of a skilled and knowledgeable workforce.

  • What is the NIST Privacy Framework and how      does it support privacy engineering?
  • What technical tools are available to support      systems privacy engineering?
  • How does the advancement of privacy engineering      relate to changes in international approaches to policy (e.g.,      regulations, standards)?
  • What advancements in the privacy workforce would      help to support maturation of the privacy engineering field?


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