New NIST Standards to protect PII

As you read the Guide to Protecting the Confidentiality of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) (Draft, it looks more like the same ole’ policy : categorize, classify, protect the most important and pray for the rest!

PII should be graded by “PII confidentiality impact level,” the degree of potential harm that could result from the PII if it is inappropriately revealed. For example, an organization might require appropriate training for all individuals who are granted access to PII, with special emphasis on moderate- and high-impact PII, and might restrict access to high-impact PII from mobile devices, such as laptops and cellphones, which are generally at greater risk of compromise than non-portable devices, such as desktop computers at the organization’s headquarters.

Would be interesting to know how much these standards will cost to implement.

From NIST announcement

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