Drafting the NIST Privacy Framework: Workshop #2 Plenary in Atlanta Part II

<div><div><div><div>On&nbsp;May 13, 2019,&nbsp;NIST kicked off&nbsp;the second in a series of public workshops on the&nbsp;development of the Privacy Framework: An Enterprise Risk Management Tool in&nbsp;Atlanta, Georgia:&nbsp;<i>Drafting the&nbsp;NIST&nbsp;Privacy Framework: Workshop #2</i>, hosted by&nbsp;the&nbsp;Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business.&nbsp;This video features plenary sessions from the morning of May 13th, including: the presentation,&nbsp;Expanding the OSI Stack to Describe Categories of Privacy Tasks, by&nbsp;Peter Swire (Elizabeth and Tommy Holder Chair and Professor of Law and Ethics, Georgia Institute of Technology; Senior Counsel, Alston &amp; Bird LLP); Panel Discussion #2: Voices from the Field, featuring moderator<b>&nbsp;</b>Jamie Danker, (Director of Privacy, Easy Dynamics Corp.),<i>&nbsp;</i>Annie Antón (Professor [and former Chair], School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology), Ken Durbin (Senior Strategist, Symantec), Venky Iyer (Chief Strategy Officer, Intent.ai), Nick Oldham (CPO and Data Governance Officer, Equifax), and Amie Stepanovich (U.S. Policy Manager, Access Now); and, Panel Discussion #3: Global Privacy Landscape, featuring moderator Lisa Carnahan (Computer Scientist, NIST), Anick Fortin-Cousens (Chief Privacy Officer, IBM Canada), Jeewon Kim Serrato (US Head of Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity, Norton Rose Fulbright), Laura Lindsay (US National Standards Officer, Microsoft), and Andrew Steele (International Trade Specialist, International Trade Administration).</div></div></div></div>