Jerry Barbanel, CIPP/A, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP
Jerry’s career spans in excess of 30 years, and includes having founded professional services companies, as well as having built a global services business unit at a Fortune 250 Company. He has provided consulting and expert services for a multitude of clients. In 2002, Jerry was court approved to oversee all of the investigations and eDiscovery at post-bankruptcy Enron, which lasted for 3 ½ years.
Jerry is a former prosecutor in Manhattan, and a seasoned data privacy, data protection and data governance expert. He has written extensively, and has also been invited to speak at conferences as a guest lecturer. He has managed an extensive number of highly complex investigations throughout the globe, and is known for providing sound advice and counsel – and for having impeccable integrity. He has achieved 13 professional credentials during his career. Jerry has spent his career in both the private and government sectors.
As the founder of a leading legal advisory services and technology company, Jerry assisted clients with a myriad of data privacy issues and other important matters. He has taken a practical and pragmatic, well-balanced approach to data privacy, that ensures that businesses operate efficiently, while maintaining a compliance framework that adheres to global, national and local data privacy and data protection regulatory and legal requirements.
Jerry is currently an IAPP Advisory Board Member for the CIPP/E certification exam.
Contributions by Jerry Barbanel
Consequences of the CJEU preliminary ruling on public company registers
- Member of CIPP/E Exam Development Board 2021 - 2023
An overview of the US Senate's proposed 'Privacy Bill of Rights Act'
A look at the proposed Algorithmic Accountability Act of 2019