Generally accepted privacy principles comes to us again. This used to be in a mist document. 800-14 this special publication 800-14. It used to be called
generally accepted information security. Pratt practices that system security practices. It's got a history now. This particular generally accepted privacy principles comes to us
from the i c p A. So if you're in the auditing, you're certainly familiar with them. But ultimately, this is a privacy framework that goes through and specifically documents. 74 principles defines the privacy groups Ah, in the different elements
for privacy. So I would associate this from his testable standpoint as the standard
in the realm of, um, public accounting.
And, uh, I don't really see much more about that. A lot of these questions just really are which agency uses what law and being able to kind of map those up
law or guideline. Right? Because the truth of the matter is, is we really don't have a lot of federal walls on privacy. So different industries have standards that they adhere to, like the accounting industry has Gap.
Um oh, a CD organization for economic cooperation and development
so these are set of internationally accepted privacy principles. It's hard to get a bunch of countries to agree on certain principles with privacy, but understanding the need for privacy. Some national strategies on how to protect it.
Some regulations on how to notify breach looks like, Well, typo there at the bottom. Sorry about that,