ISSA-LA July 2021 Mtg: How to enhance the NIST Privacy Framework with CMMI
July 21 @ 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm PDT
While most privacy professionals have some exposure to the NIST Privacy Framework they have limited exposure to the Capability Maturity Model Integration. CMMI has was developed at Carnegie Melon in 1987 by Dr. Watts Humprey for the US Airforce. It is now a dominant standard for project maturity. We will show how CMMI should and can be used to enhance the NIST Privacy Framework to create a “quantifiably measurable and actionable assessment”.
Speaker: Scott D. Hines
For more than 25 years, Scott D. Hines has been a leading figure in the retail and compliance technology world. With a repeated proven ability to translate complex technologies into compelling business benefits, Mr. Hines has been acknowledged internationally for groundbreaking leadership in the privacy, retail, and supply chain industry. Mr Hines served as the Chief Technology Officer of JDA Software Group Inc. for 13 years during some of the most rapid growth in the company’s history. In this role he led a technology strategy that emerged as the dominant computing platform for the worldwide retail and consumer supply chain industry. Mr. Hines has received numerous awards for his work in the retail industry including being named the Technology Leader of The Year by the Arizona Technology Council as well as being twice named Retail Application Developer of the Year by Microsoft for Store Systems. In addition to his work in the retail sector, Mr Hines holds two foundational patents in the Consumer Data Privacy market. Mr. Hines attended Carnegie Mellon University and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Molecular Biology.