Paula Bruening


Paula J. Bruening serves as Intel Corporation’s Senior Counsel for Global Privacy Policy.  Based in Washington, she coordinates privacy policy across the company, bringing to her work extensive experience in government, advocacy and international organizations.  Before joining Intel she was Vice President for Global Policy at the Centre for Information Policy Leadership, where she focused on emerging technologies and innovative privacy solutions, including accountability, governance for big data and analytics, and use-based models for data protection and management.  At the Center for Democracy and Technology her portfolio spanned issues of privacy, free expression and online safety.  She began her career in technology policy as a senior analyst for the congressional Office of Technology Assessment and later served as a senior attorney advisor for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, US Department of Commerce, where she advised the Clinton Administration on a wide range of domestic and international Internet governance issues.  She has also worked as a consultant at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and at APEC.

Ms. Bruening holds a B.A. from John Carroll University and a J.D. from Case Western Reserve University.


Contributions by Paula Bruening

  • Drones: A New Dimension of the Internet of Things
    Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016
  • International Privacy: Sending Data across the Pond
    Speaker at Practical Privacy Series - Washington DC 2014
  • Speaker at IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2013
  • Speaker at IAPP Academy 2006
  • Speaker at IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2006
  • Speaker at IAPP Academy 2010
  • Speaker at IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2009
  • Speaker at IAPP Academy 2007
  • Speaker at IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2005
  • Speaker at IAPP Symposium 2004