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February 9, 2022

As the landscape of data privacy rules and risks continue to change and evolve, organizations may consider using a privacy framework to assist in implementing, measuring, and improving their privacy program.

The NIST Privacy Framework, modeled after the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, contains core functions and controls that can help an organization identify and manage risks to the privacy of data, regardless of the size of the organization, jurisdiction, or type of data maintained by the organization.

Andrew Mahler, Director of Privacy, Compliance and Managed Services at CynergisTek discusses privacy frameworks and the increased regulatory enforcement within the healthcare sector.

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