From holding events on ransomware, disclosure and marketing tactics, to entering into settlement agreements for the misuse of location data, to tackling APEC’s privacy framework for the first time, 2016 was a busy year for the FTC’s privacy and security enforcement arm. The Commission’s actions indicate that it is intending to keep pace with the latest tech and policy developments. But what is in store for 2017? At IAPP’s recent Practical Privacy Series conference, FTC Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen discussed the agency’s priorities for the coming year. See also “Demystifying the FTC’s Reasonableness Requirement in the Context of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (Part One of Two)” (Oct. 19, 2016); Part Two (Nov. 2, 2016).