The Privacy Dilemma: Is Technology Bad For Privacy?

The Conference Board of Canada, September 19, 2016
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Is privacy a risk for your organization?

The Internet of Things, Big Data, Smart Grid, health IT – new technologies promising to bring great advancements to society and individual quality of life. Notwithstanding their benefits, public awareness about these technologies’ potential impact on individual privacy and related societal values continues to grow. As high-profile data breaches continue to make the news, privacy engineering and risk management are concepts being used more and more commonly. And although risk management in cyber security is well understood, what does cyber risk management mean for privacy protection?

In this webinar, Naomi Lefkovitz, senior privacy policy advisor at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will discuss efforts to develop a privacy risk model and assessment methodology to better manage privacy in information systems.

Webinar Highlights

In this 60 minute webinar, Ms. Lefkovitz will explore:

  • The relationship and the important distinctions between security and privacy
  • How to build a better bridge between organizations’ privacy policy and compliance teams and IT teams
  • The tool the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology is developing to assess and prioritize privacy risk in information systems

About Naomi

Photo of Naomi LefkovitzNaomi Lefkovitz is the Senior Privacy Policy Advisor in the Information Technology Lab at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), U.S. Department of Commerce. Her portfolio includes work on the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC), privacy engineering, privacy-enhancing technologies, cyber security and standards development.

Before joining NIST, she was the Director for Privacy and Civil Liberties in the Cyber Security Directorate of the National Security Staff in the Executive Office of the President. Her portfolio included the NSTIC as well as addressing the privacy and civil liberties impact of the Obama Administration’s cyber security initiatives and programs. Prior to her tenure at the White House, Ms. Lefkovitz was a senior attorney with the Division of Privacy and Identity Protection at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.

Ms. Lefkovitz holds a B.A. with honors in French Literature from Bryn Mawr College and a J.D. with honors from Temple University School of Law.

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