The Chief Privacy Officer (CPO) is now center stage with responsibility for driving an important strategic agenda within the enterprise. Recent IAPP research claimed there would need to be 28,000 more Data Protection Officers in Europe to meet the new GDPR requirements.

Watch this on-demand webinar NOW to hear insight into the changing role of the CPO as we examine questions questions such as:

  1. What will this new role look like?
  2. How will these new requirements impact the qualities, experience and responsibilities of the CPO within the enterprise?
  3. What do you need to do to make sure you’re ready to be a CPO in the new privacy landscape?

Watch this webinar today to hear from current CPOs on how their roles have changed and what they see as they future need as well as industry experts who will talk about the tools, training and experience essential for success.

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Hilary Wandall
General Counsel & Chief Data Governance Officer, TRUSTe

Hilary recently joined TRUSTe as General Counsel and Chief Data Governance Officer. Previously, she led the Merck Privacy Office and the company’s global privacy program since 2004. She led Merck’s initiative to become the first health care company and second multinational to achieve APEC Cross Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) certification and the first company to achieve CBPR certification of its entire privacy program. Since 2014, Hilary has served on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, and in 2016 was elected Board Chairman. Hilary 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/EU and CIPM certifications.

Barb Lawler
Chief Privacy Officer, ‎Intuit

Barbara Lawler is the first Chief Privacy Officer at Intuit, makers of, TurboTax®, QuickBooks®, and other online financial services, and is responsible for creating and driving data stewardship, privacy by design and data use accountability, regulatory analysis to deliver the best experiences to customers and employees. Before Intuit, Ms. Lawler spent over 20 years in privacy, data management and marketing at Hewlett Packard, and was their first Chief Privacy Officer. Ms. Lawler participates in privacy and information policy leadership groups, including the Executive Committee of the Center for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL), Ponemon Institute RIM Council Advisory Board (Chair), TRUSTe Advisory Board, The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF), and Information Accountability Foundation.

Scott Taylor
Privacy Office, Merck

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