Barbara Lawler, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP
Barb Lawler is VP, Chief Privacy and Data Ethics Officer at Looker Data Sciences, based in beautiful Santa Cruz, CA. Before Looker, she was the Chief Privacy Officer of Intuit (2006-2017) and Hewlett Packard (2002-2006, pre-split), where she lead practical and customer-savvy approaches to privacy, global implementation of privacy by design, and ethical data innovation strategies.
She is a globally recognized privacy leader and speaker, who has an extensive track record in shaping the thinking of U.S. and global policymakers on data policy issues through direct interaction with regulators and policymakers, including delivering formal testimony to both the U.S. House and Senate, IRS and FTC. She is a strategist for the Information Accountability Foundation, a contributing member to the FPF, and a member of the Internet Ethics advisory board to the Santa Clara University Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. Barb is Chair of the Ponemon Institute RIM Council and is a Ponemon Fellow.
Barb is a Bay Area native living in Los Gatos, who enjoys the company of her college age kids, good food and wine, the arts, baseball, hiking and the beach. She advises the Girls+Data non-profit, which promotes coding and data analysis skills.
Contributions by Barbara Lawler
Privacy, Data Ethics and Digital Risk: Predicting the Future of Privacy
Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2019
Accountability and Beyond 9:30-11:30
Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2018
Implementing Security, Privacy and Fair Data Use Principles
Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016
What?s On the Horizon for Privacy and Data Protection
Speaker at San Diego, CA KnowledgeNet: May 07, 2015
A Unified Ethical Frame for Big Data ? MCLE Ethics Credit Eligible!
Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2015