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ChristineTran
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Designing, operating, and using technologies in a way that is mindful to diverse privacy needs for an increasingly connected and complex environment can be a challenge. Developing technologies like the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence continue to raise concerns regarding individual privacy as they are constantly collecting information regarding individual usage, demographics, etc. As individuals interact with these system, products, and services, they may not be completely aware of the potential consequences for their privacy. This type of impact can result in an impact to the organization as well as the individual. In some cases, the consequences could be on a larger scale and could have an impact on society. Whatever the consequence may be, it falls back on the organization to protect the individuals' privacy.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) published a privacy framework, in collaboration with private and public sector stakeholders, to help organizations better identify, assess, manage, and communicate privacy risks, meanwhile fostering the development of innovative approaches to protecting individuals’ privacy and increasing trust in products and services. Maintaining good cybersecurity practices to protect people's information can help manage privacy risk but privacy events still occur through the collection, storage, and usage of the data. 

With the Archer NIST-Aligned Privacy Framework app-pack, you can utilize the NIST Privacy Framework to assess your implementation of privacy protections to determine your current and target privacy implementation posture. By understanding the gaps in your privacy implementations, you can prioritize and implement action plans to better protect your organization and the individuals' privacy.

The NIST Privacy Framework utilizes the same methodology and process as the NIST Cybersecurity Framework to evaluate an organization's implementation to assess cybersecurity practices. The NIST Privacy Framework contains Core Activities that overlap with the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. With Archer NIST-Aligned Privacy Framework release 6.8, the offering has been combined with the Archer NIST-Aligned Cybersecurity Framework to allow you to assess both privacy and cybersecurity practices within your organization. Check out the Archer NIST-Aligned Cybersecurity Framework app-pack, to gain a better understanding of how this offering can augment your Archer NIST-Aligned Privacy Framework implementation.

Benefits

  • Building a better privacy foundation by bringing privacy risk into parity with broader enterprise risk portfolio
  • Improve protection of individual privacy and resiliency of critical infrastructure
  • Reinforce privacy risk management through a common language and consistent process for communicating requirements and progress
  • Maintain compliance with regulatory requirements

Key Features

The Archer NIST-Aligned Privacy Framework app-pack enables organizations to:

  • Create a Current Profile indicating which privacy implementation tier is being achieved
  • Identify a Target Profile that describes the organization's desired privacy implementation tier
  • Conduct a Privacy Risk Assessment against Core activities from NIST's Privacy Framework
  • Analyze the Current Profile against the Target Profile to determine gaps
  • Implement an Action Plan to address privacy gaps
  • Includes the ability to conduct an assessment against the NIST Cybersecurity Framework

Solution and Platform Information 

  • Solution Area: All 
  • Prerequisite Use Cases:  This offering does not require any prerequisites. However, there are many available use cases to expand this offering with your implementation of Archer. For more information, please check out the Implementation Guide
  • Supported Platform Version: Archer Platform Release 6.8 and later
  • Supported Archer Environments:  
    • On-Premises 
    • Archer Hosted 
    • Archer SaaS 

Archer On-Demand Application (ODA) Licenses

  • Three (3) Archer On-Demand Application (ODA) licenses are required for Archer NIST-Aligned Privacy Framework or;
  • One (1) Archer On-Demand Application (ODA) licenses is required if the Archer NIST-Aligned Cybersecurity Framework is already implemented. 

For More Information

To learn more about the Archer NIST-Aligned Privacy Framework app-pack:

The Archer NIST-Aligned Privacy Framework App-Pack is an offering provided through the Archer Exchange to enhance your existing Archer implementation. To learn more about the Archer Exchange, please visit the Archer Exchange on the Archer Community. 

For Additional Support

To learn more about this offering, please contact your Account Rep for additional details. For technical support questions regarding this offering, please open a support case.

 

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