Irene Mo, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
Irene Mo is an associate with Hintze Law working from the San Francisco Bay Area.
Irene counsels clients on a wide range of privacy and data security issues, including conducting and setting up Records of Processing Activities, Data Protection Impact Assessments, implementing global data protection programs, and integrating privacy protections into emerging technology. Irene has experience with the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA), EU GDPR, the FTC Act, HIPAA Privacy Rule, and cybersecurity.
Before Hintze Law, Irene was a Senior Associate at Aleada Consulting and gained valuable experience as a legal technology consultant helping organizations with project management, lean-process improvement, content creation, and community building.
Irene was honored as an inaugural NextGen Fellow at the American Bar Association Center for Innovation, where she focused on the privacy and data security risks faced by low-income and marginalized individuals. For her work at the Center, Irene was recognized by Legaltech News as one of the "18 Millennials Changing the Face of Legal Tech,” and by the American Bar Association's Legal Technology Resource Center as one of the "Women of Legal Tech."
Contributions by Irene Mo
Privacy Rights and Health Security of the Undocumented: The impacts of pandemic surveillance
Speaker at Virtual San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley KnowledgeNet: June 9, 2021
- Member of Diversity in Privacy Section Advisory Board 2021 - 2022
Privacy Careers Event
Speaker at Virtual San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley KnowledgeNet: April 7, 2021
Celebrating Women in Privacy: Ways to support and advance women in the field
Speaker at Virtual San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley KnowledgeNet: March 23, 2021
Prospects for US Federal Privacy Legislation in 2021
Speaker at Virtual San Francisco Bay Area & Silicon Valley KnowledgeNet: January 25, 2021