At a ceremony this morning at the Summit, Lorrie Faith Cranor, CIPT, co-director of Carnegie Mellon University’s MSIT-Privacy Engineering masters program and director of the CyLab Usable Privacy and Security Laboratory, was awarded the IAPP’s Privacy Leadership Award by IAPP President and CEO Trevor Hughes, CIPP. Cranor has been a pioneer in bringing the field of privacy engineering into existence and is just off a stint serving as the Federal Trade Commission’s chief technologist. “Her merits as recipient for our privacy leadership award are unimpeachable,” said Hughes. “She’s as great a person as we have in our world.”
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