What the FTC said about the NIST Privacy Framework draft

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission recently voted unanimously in support of the submission of staff comments on the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s preliminary draft “Privacy Framework: A Tool for Improving Privacy through Enterprise Risk Management.” In doing so, the FTC staff highlighted the importance of NIST’s work to create a new U.S. privacy framework designed to help management start a dialogue about how to better manage privacy risk across an organization. In this piece for the Westin Research Center, IAPP Research Extern Darya Balybina looks at the FTC’s comments, as well as its five recommendations for the NIST Privacy Framework draft.
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