Asia Pacific Privacy Officer, Sony Electronics
Founder, Lead Privacy Advisor, Information Integrity Solutions
Deputy Commissioner, Operations, U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office
Ms. Joyce Chua has 18+ years of experience in information privacy and security, IT governance, audit, risk and compliance. As part of IIA IT Governance Committee, ISACA Journal Article Review Team and ISO Liaison Subcommittee for years, she keeps herself abreast of emerging trends and participates in the standard, publication and article reviews as subject matter expert.
She is currently the Asia Pacific Privacy Officer for Sony Electronics (excluding Japan, China and Hong Kong; including Middle East and Africa). As part of the Global Information Security and Privacy organisation, she establishes and maintains the enterprise vision, strategy and program to secure Sony’s information assets, services, and the products, thus, building trust with customers and stakeholders, and protecting the privacy of Sony’s customers and employees.
Malcolm Crompton is the Lead Privacy Advisor and was the founder and first Managing Director of Information Integrity Solutions Pty Ltd. IIS is a global consultancy based in Asia Pacific, specialising in data protection, privacy and cyber security strategies. IIS assists companies increase business value and customer trust, and assists governments in meeting the high standards expected of them in the handling of personal information.
Malcolm was Australia's Privacy Commissioner between 1999 and 2004. He led the implementation of Australia's first broad based private sector privacy law. He was the Foundation President of the International Association of Privacy Professionals Australia New Zealand in 2008 and a Director of the IAPP for 5 years until 2011. Malcolm has advised APEC on the APEC privacy framework since 2003. He has been adviser to OECD on a number of occasions. He has been a member of external Reference Groups for large research projects funded by the European Union.
Malcolm is a Director of Bellberry Limited, a private not-for-profit company which provides privacy and health ethics advisory services. Malcolm is a member of the NSW Data Analytics Centre Advisory Board and a Visiting Scientist at Data61 in CSIRO.
Between 1996 and 1999, Malcolm was Manager of Government Affairs for AMP Ltd. Early in his career he served in the Australian Public Service, including senior executive positions in the Department of Finance. He has degrees in Chemistry and Economics and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Malcolm was made a Member of the Order of Australia in the 2016 Queen's Birthday Honours for significant service to public administration, particularly to data protection, privacy, and identity management, and to the community. Malcolm received the 2012 Privacy Leadership Award in Washington DC from the IAPP in recognition of his global reputation and expertise in privacy. He received the inaugural Chancellor's Medal for distinguished contribution to the Australian National University in 2004.
Malcolm is a co-author of The New Governance of Data and Privacy: Moving from compliance to performance, Australian Institute of Company Directors, November 2018.
James Dipple-Johnstone is the Deputy Commissioner (Operations) for the United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office, providing executive oversight of the ICO’s investigation, regulatory audit, complaints handling and appeals functions. He provides strategic leadership to the ICO’s efforts towards global enforcement data sharing and cooperation including the Global Cross Border Enforcement Cooperation Agreement. Prior to joining the ICO, he served as Director of Investigation and Supervision for the Solicitors Regulatory Authority, the UK legal profession regulator, where he led teams dealing with professional misconduct, money laundering, cybercrime and fraud investigations. His background is in regulation and investigation having held senior posts in UK police, health and government oversight agencies.
John Edwards was appointed to the independent statutory position of Privacy Commissioner in February 2014 for a term of five years. He provides independent comment on significant personal information policies and issues. Prior to his appointment, Edwards practised law in Wellington for over 20 years specialising in information law while representing a wide range of public and private sector clients. He has acted in legal roles for the Ministry of Health, State Services Commission, Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet and Inland Revenue Department. For 15 years, he held a warrant as a district inspector for mental health and has also been a district inspector for intellectual disability services.
Angelene Falk was appointed Australian Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner in August 2018. She leads the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) in fulfilling its functions across privacy, freedom of information and government information management.
Falk has held senior positions in the OAIC since 2012. She served as Deputy Commissioner from 2016 and acting Australian Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner from March 2018.
Over the past decade, Falk has worked extensively with Australian Government agencies, across the private sector and internationally, at the forefront of addressing regulatory challenges and opportunities presented by rapidly evolving technology and potential uses of data. Ms Falk’s experience extends across industries and subject matter, including data breach prevention and management, data sharing, credit reporting, digital health and access to information.
Falk was admitted as a legal practitioner to the Supreme Court of NSW in 1998 and holds an Honours Degree of Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts from Monash University, a Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law from Melbourne University and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law Sydney.
Woodrow Hartzog is Professor of Law and Computer Science at Northeastern University School of Law and the Khoury College of Computer Sciences. He is also a faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, a non-resident fellow at The Cordell Institute for Policy in Medicine & Law at Washington University, and an affiliate scholar at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School. His research on privacy, media, and robotics has been published in scholarly publications such as the Yale Law Journal, Columbia Law Review, and California Law Review and popular publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Guardian. He has testified multiple times before Congress and has been featured in numerous news articles and broadcasts, including NPR, BBC, and The Wall Street Journal. He is the author of “Privacy’s Blueprint: The Battle to Control the Design of New Technologies,” published in 2018 by Harvard University Press.
Hilary Wandall is SVP, Privacy Intelligence and General Counsel of TrustArc. She leads and manages the company’s privacy intelligence strategy and legal, regulatory affairs and business development teams. Wandall joined TrustArc in 2016 after 22 years at the global pharmaceutical company, Merck, where she most recently was AVP, Compliance and Chief Privacy Officer. Wandall led the global privacy program at Merck since 2004, including its efforts to become the second company in the world to achieve APEC CBPR certification, the first company to achieve CBPR certification of its entire privacy program, and the first company to achieve EU BCRs based on its APEC CBPR certification. During her tenure at Merck, Wandall also held positions as a corporate attorney, compliance officer, marketing promotion manager and biomedical research scientist.
Wandall is actively engaged in efforts to support the development of the privacy profession, to drive interoperability across privacy and data protection regimes around the world, and to scale and integrate privacy and data governance through technology. She has been involved in various organisations across the privacy community, such as the IAPP Board of Directors, the International Pharmaceutical Privacy Consortium, the OECD Privacy Experts Working Group, the International Accountability Foundation, the Future of Privacy Forum and the Centre for Information Policy Leadership.
Wandall received her law degree and MBA from Temple University, Master of Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania, and Bachelor of Science in Biology from Moravian College. She holds the CIPP/US, CIPP/E and CIPM certifications. She is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Wandall resides with her family in Pennsylvania.