Newly Released NIST Data Privacy Draft Supports Quantum Computing Implementation

We’ll have to dip our whiskers into this draft. NIST always has a lot to say, or add, to any cybersecurity conversation.  Good to see quantum computing cybersecurity is making its way into data privacy documentation at a Federal level.  Because Quantum is Coming. Qubit.

NIST Releases Draft Data Privacy Framework

Key points…

+  The National Institute of Standards and Technology has issued a draft framework for ensuring compliance with ethical standards for data privacy, Federal News Network reported Wednesday [February 19]

+  NIST aims to use the draft data privacy guidance to support the implementation of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, quantum computing, internet-of-things and biometrics. The agency also wants to establish standards for privacy techniques and other risk assessment procedures.

+  In addition, NIST will work with its National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education component to establish skills requirements for positions involving privacy assessment.

Source:  Executive Gov.  Brenda Marie Rivers,  NIST Releases Draft Data Privacy Framework…

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