DATE: April 27, 2017
TIME: 12 PM Eastern / 09 AM Pacific/+1, AM 1 Korean
PRICE: Free to all attendees
About the Webinar
When building a case for privacy investment, privacy pros need to arm themselves with as many ROI metrics of their privacy program as possible. How to get those metrics and how to present them (whether they tie to direct or indirect dollars) is an art form that everyone can work on perfecting.
IAPP and TRUSTe are collaborating to discuss the recently published IAPP report, “Getting to the ROI of Privacy”, which offers some persuasive reasons a solid privacy program is worth paying for. Emily Leach, CIPP/US IAPP’s Knowledge Manager will be joined by privacy leaders to share their insights.
About the Speaker
As content manager at the IAPP, Emily Leach oversees and creates content for the IAPP’s online Resource Center; serves as editor of Privacy Tracker; and curates the IAPP’s growing collection of art and “1984” books and ephemera. Emily holds her BA in Studio Art from the University of New Hampshire, and prior to working at the IAPP owned two contemporary art galleries. Outside of work, Emily serves on her local school board, public library friends organization and community arts foundation. In what free time is left, she enjoys skiing, hiking and traveling with her husband and two sons.
Senior Privacy Consultant, TRUSTe (former Chief Privacy Officer, Kellogg Company)
As Kellogg’s first Chief Privacy Officer from August 2015 – January 2017, Paul was responsible for implementing a global privacy program that covers both consumer and employee privacy, including policies, procedures, contracts, assessments, training and education. In his prior 10 years at Kellogg, Paul served as senior director of global digital operations at Kellogg. In this capacity, he was responsible for identifying and leading the development and integration of marketing capabilities, including consumer product data initiatives, as well as corporate equity protection services around the globe. In addition, he has served as director for global digital strategy where he provided the vision and leadership in the building of a global digital marketing team, and as director of e-business where he was responsible for launching Kellogg’s initial e-commerce initiatives back in 2005.
Senior Privacy Consultant, TRUSTe (former Senior Privacy Analyst at Intel Corporation)
Laurie is an experienced privacy and information security professional with strong analytical and communication skills. She possess a wide range of business experience in large and small companies, including international privacy compliance and information security. Key competencies include: data analysis, research of industry standards, international regulatory compliance, privacy and security risk assessments, breach response, developing policy and associated guidelines, communicating information security requirements and recommending appropriate controls.
ELEANOR TREHARNE-JONES, CIPP/E
Vice President Sales & Consulting, TRUSTe
As Vice President Consulting, Eleanor leads TRUSTe’s team of global privacy consultants delivering privacy assessments for large enterprises across Asia, Europe and the U.S. and supporting integration of TRUSTe’s market-leading Data Privacy Management Platform. In her role at TRUSTe, Eleanor has pioneered multiple successful thought leadership initiatives including a four-year research program, as well as a wide range of events in both the US and Europe – including the highly successful Privacy Insight Series and IoT Privacy Summits in Silicon Valley in 2014 and 2015. In 2012, Eleanor played a key role in supporting TRUSTe’s global expansion as they entered the European Market.