Daniel Christensen, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT
Dan currently serves as Group Counsel of IT, Privacy & Security at Intel Corporation. From 2010-2012, Dan left Intel to serve as Chief Privacy Officer and Assistant General Counsel for a large private equity consortium of health care, finance, and technology businesses in Los Angeles, California. From 2000-2010, Dan provided privacy/security, transactional, IP, and M/A legal support at Intel across several industries including health care, technology, and telecom. Dan was also sent to Europe, Russia, the Middle East, and Africa for three years to hire and lead a team supporting Intel's businesses in that region. Prior to Intel, Dan worked in telecom/energy legal and compliance for The Williams Companies, another Fortune 500 company. Dan served a federal clerkship and labored for a short period with a law firm. Dan has a MBA from the University of Oxford (UK), a Juris Doctorate from the University of Utah, and a double BA from BYU.
Contributions by Daniel Christensen
IoT: Innovation, Interoperability, and Impact on Digital Health Privacy
Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2018
Why real estate agents should think about the privacy implications of the smart home
Data Governance Was Hard Enough Before the GDPR, Now What?
Speaker at Phoenix KnowledgeNet: November 9, 2016
Data protection should extend to virtual places and data objects
Look, C-Suite, No Hands! Communicating the Top 10 Privacy and Security Topics to
Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2015