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Internet of Things (IoT) Roundtable

The NIST Privacy Engineering Program, in collaboration with the NIST Cybersecurity for the Internet of Things (IoT) Program, will host an IoT roundtable on March 29, 2018, from 2-4 PM at the Marriott Marquis (901 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC) to inform the development of a NIST document about security and privacy risk considerations for IoT – open to the public, but with limited space. This event takes place after the IAPP Privacy Engineering Section Forum, for a full day of privacy engineering fun in one location!

We would like to hear from privacy professionals currently working on – or with experience in – identifying and assessing privacy risks in the IoT space, about current challenges or concerns. Some information about our proposed approach for these IoT considerations is in this discussion draft. This roundtable will be one of several in-person opportunities to engage with NIST on this topic, so please stay tuned, as we’ll be announcing future events. You may also send written feedback on the discussion draft to privacyeng [at] (privacyeng[at]nist[dot]gov).

This event is open to the public, but space is limited, so please RSVP early. To RSVP, send the following details to Wendy Szwerc at wendy.szwerc [at] (wendy[dot]szwerc[at]nist[dot]gov): (1) Name, (2) Organization, (3) Title, and (4) What aspects of your work relate to this IoT discussion?

Created March 21, 2018, Updated December 11, 2019