Registration closes on May 11, 2018.
All in-person attendees must be pre-registered to gain entry to the NIST campus. Photo identification must be presented at the main gate to be admitted to the conference. International attendees are required to present a passport. Attendees must wear their conference badge at all times while on the campus. There is no on-site registration for meetings held at NIST.
About the workshop: As part of an ongoing series of workshops on privacy engineering and risk management, NIST will host a public workshop on May 18th in Gaithersburg, Maryland. NIST is seeking feedback from stakeholders on how to incorporate privacy, for the first time, into the upcoming revision of NIST Special Publication 800-53A, Assessing Security and Privacy Controls in Federal Information Systems, the companion guidance for NIST Special Publication 800-53, Security and Privacy Controls for Federal Information Systems. NIST is interested in learning about privacy practitioners’ current procedures for assessing privacy controls, lessons learned, and challenges in order to develop appropriate guidance.
Who should attend: System designers, security and privacy engineers, security and privacy officers, control assessors, and security and privacy subject matter experts should attend this interactive workshop. Public and private sector attendees and academics welcome.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: NIST will be live streaming the opening session, but not the breakout sessions. If you’re unable to attend, there will still be other opportunities to participate in this SP 800-53A effort. You may send written thoughts regarding the upcoming revision of NIST SP 800-53A to email@example.com, and please keep an eye on NIST’s Privacy Engineering Program website for other announcements.
8:00: Registration Opens
9:00-9:15: Opening Remarks
This panel will set the stage for the breakout sessions with a discussion of controls assessment. Learn about the purpose and objectives of NIST SP 800-53A. Hear from privacy practitioners on the procedures they have been using and where the challenges lie with assessing privacy controls.
10:00-11:10: Breakout session #1
11:20-12:30: Breakout session #2
Learn about NIST's Privacy Engineering Program
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