Last year at this time, Peter Cullen, CIPP/US, was just joining PwC and talking about helping privacy professionals change the way they think about information risk management. Just as he was getting up to speed doing that very thing for the Information Accountability Foundation. Now, the market is seeing some of the fruits of that labor. At Privacy. Security. Risk. this week, Cullen will join with Intuit’s Barb Lawler, FIP, CIPM, CIPP/US, Google’s Troy Sauro, and PwC’s Toby Spry, CIPP/US, to talk about implementing fair data use principles. It’s a companion piece to works like the recent “Monetizing data while respecting privacy,” and “Enhancing Benefits from Information Flows While Improving Regulatory Certainty in the Digital Age.” The commonality? Data governance. In this piece for The Privacy Advisor, IAPP Publications Director Sam Pfeifle talks with Cullen about how data governance could be the key to elevating the privacy professional within an organization.
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