Eleanor Treharne-Jones



SVP Consulting

As Vice President Consulting, Eleanor leads TRUSTe’s team of global privacy consultants delivering privacy assessments for large enterprises across Asia, Europe and the U.S. and supporting integration of TRUSTe’s market-leading Assessment Manager.


In her role at TRUSTe, Eleanor has pioneered multiple successful thought leadership initiatives including a four-year research program, as well as a wide range of events in both the US and Europe – including the highly successful Privacy Insight Series and IoT Privacy Summits in Silicon Valley in 2014 and 2015. In 2012, Eleanor played a key role in supporting TRUSTe’s global expansion as they entered the European Market. Prior to joining TRUSTe, Eleanor led a global strategic communications consultancy building on her 11 years experience advising UK Government Ministers through high profile issues from public health campaigns and disease outbreaks to counter-terrorism and military operations in Afghanistan.


Eleanor graduated from Cambridge University (UK) with a MA in Philosophy. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E) an IAPP Advisory Board Member and Founding Member of the European CIP Institute creating a body of knowledge for crisis/risk management professionals.




Contributions by Eleanor Treharne-Jones

  • GDPR Compliance: Convince Customers, Partners, and the Board You Are Compliant
    Speaker at IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK 2019
  • GDPR Implementation and Early Enforcement
    Speaker at San Francisco Bay Area KnowledgeNet: October 16, 2018
  • Addressing Risky Processing Under the GDPR: A Practical Approach
    Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress 2016
  • The Evolution of PIA Best Practices
    Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress 2016
  • Are You Ready for the GDPR? Let’s Find Out
    Speaker at IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium 2016
  • The Privacy Consequences in the Rise of Ad Blockers
    Privacy Perspectives
  • Two Years On—Has the EU Cookie Directive’s Time Finally Come?
    Privacy Perspectives