[WG-P3] NIST 800-53, Appendix J, P3 comments v3
anna.slomovic at equifax.com
Thu Sep 1 10:07:01 EDT 2011
I agree with Susan's comments below.
On the comments re: data minimization and re-identification. I think we should include something on the subject. I propose the following modification of the comment now in the draft.
Additionally, we would urge inclusion of a control associated with re-identification and de-anonymization. As the Computer Security Division is aware, techniques for re-identification and de-anonymization are constantly improving. The possibility that previously anonymous data will be turned into PII increases the importance of Data Minimization and Retention controls (p. 10-11), as well as the importance of Privacy Notice (TR-1, p. 4) and Consent (IP-1, p. 6) that account for such activities.
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Subject: Re: [WG-P3] NIST 800-53, Appendix J, P3 comments v3
On 9/1/11 3:57 AM, Mark at Identity Trust wrote:
Attached is the latest draft of the comments. If there are any additional comments or corrections please send them directly to me by 5 pm Thursday (today). If necessary, I will then send out a final draft and a ballot.
Re: An additional specific worth considering is the quality of notice be commesurate to the quality of cosnet. In that when consent or data is not actively or purposely provided mechanism.
There are two typos above, but also a dangling phrase whose meaning is unclear. Furthermore, I don't understand how to turn quality of notice to be commensurate with the quality of consent. Mark, I would recommend we skip this. The control enhancements provide clear operational suggestions. It seems to me that the one you are proposing above does not.
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