Jeff Brueggeman, CIPP/US
Jeff Brueggeman is Vice President, Global Public Policy for AT&T. He is responsible for developing and advocating AT&T’s global public policy positions on privacy, cybersecurity and Internet policy issues.
Mr. Brueggeman is based in AT&T’s Washington, DC office. He represents AT&T in a wide range of legislative, regulatory and policy development proceedings involving privacy, cybersecurity and Internet matters. In addition, he leads AT&T’s engagement with various privacy and Internet policy organizations.
Mr. Brueggeman supports AT&T’s business in the operation of its global network and development of emerging technologies, including Internet of Things and cloud computing services.
Prior to assuming his current rule, Mr. Brueggeman helped manage AT&T’s privacy policies and coordinate the implementation of data privacy and security programs across the company. He has participated extensively in international Internet policy events and organizations, and served on the Internet Governance Forum’s Multi-stakeholder Advisory Group.
Before joining AT&T in 2001, Mr. Brueggeman was an attorney in private practice, specializing in communications law. He holds a J.D. from the University of Virginia and a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Minnesota. He lives in Bethesda, Maryland with his wife and daughter.