For some, the arrival of fall means the return of network sitcoms from summer hiatus and back-to-school shopping for the kids. But at the IAPP, it means our Privacy. Security. Risk. conference is approaching, and with it, awards season. There were so many submissions this year, we’re recognizing not only the official winners but also what we’re deeming “honorable mentions.” That honor goes to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services this year for its creation of a new senior executive position, the chief privacy and data-sharing officer, who will oversee DHHS’ newly formulated Office of Privacy and Information Management, Molly McEachern reports for The Privacy Advisor.
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