Curtis Hill was sworn into office in January 2017 as the 43rd attorney general of Indiana. During his time as attorney general, he has prioritized rolling back federal overreach and safeguarding consumers from fraud and scams, along with continuing to take a hard line on crime. As a relatively new attorney general, he has taken the opportunity to set the tone in his state on data privacy and security enforcement. In this exclusive with The Privacy Advisor, he talks with Divonne Smoyer, CIPP/US, and Kimberly Chow, CIPP/US, about his state’s consumer protection efforts with regard to data privacy and cybersecurity.
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