Healthcare IT News July 29, 2021
Kat Jercich

The voluntary framework is intended to help organizations build innovative products while still protecting individuals’ privacy, an expert will explain at HIMSS21.

In January 2020, the National Institute of Standards and Technology released Version 1.0 of its Privacy Framework: a voluntary tool aimed at helping organizations manage risk arising from their products and services.

Since then, “many multinational organizations have used the framework to create a foundational program that they can then tailor to different jurisdictions within which they operate” said Dylan Gilbert, privacy policy advisor at NIST,

As a voluntary tool, Gilbert says, the framework is intended to help innovators build new products, while still protecting individuals’ privacy.

“This tool is the result of NIST collaboration with a diverse set...

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