Peter Cullen provides strategic leadership to organizations, helping them leverage big data information use to achieve business value and differentiation, as well as advance their reputation and image. He is a globally minded executive leader, experienced in financial services and technology sectors and an internationally recognized professional in development of information public policy frameworks, organization governance, and risk and compliance systems. He brings over two decades of expertise in corporate governance, privacy and risk management as well as extensive background in building sound organizational practices.
He is currently the CEO of Global Information Governance Solutions, a boutique consulting firm providing strategic advisory services to organizations. Current relationships include PwC where he serves as a Privacy Innovation Strategist, helping a broader set of clients understand the future of new information use risks and the risk solutions they will need. Other clients include MasterCard.
He is also currently the Executive Strategist for Policy Innovation at The Information Accountability Foundation. He leads the Foundation’s project on the Holistic Governance Policy Model, which examines public policy/governance mechanisms to achieve more effective data use and protection.
Prior roles include GM Trustworthy Computing, and Chief Privacy Strategist at Microsoft Corp., where he led the development and implementation of programs that bolstered the trustworthiness of Microsoft® products, services, processes and systems worldwide.
Contributions by Peter Cullen
Would anyone in their right mind reopen the GDPR? The IAF’s answer is yes.
Why demonstrable accountability matters
Future Look: Data Ethics and Public Policy Risk
Speaker at IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium 2019