A Technical
Privacy
Summit

31
jan
24

There is a lack of avenues for privacy professionals to discuss technical solutions and openly share their experiences in solving complex privacy challenges. Bridge exists to fill this gap.

We are grateful to everyone who joined the first edition of Bridge

Over 1200 privacy professionals joined us this year.

Agenda

01

How to Deliver High Product Development Speed with Low Privacy Risk

The privacy function at every organization is going through a tectonic shift driven by the need to deliver low privacy risk while allowing innovation to move at high speeds.

In this keynote, Nishant Bhajaria and Vaibhav Antil will discuss what it means to rise up to this challenge and why it has become a do-or-die objective for privacy leaders.

Vaibhav Antil Portrait
Vaibhav Antil

CEO & Co-Founder, Privado.ai

Nishant Bhajaria Portrait
Nishant Bhajaria

Technical Privacy Leader and Author of "Data Privacy: a runbook for engineers"

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02

Privacy as a Brand Differentiator (9:15 to 9:55 AM Eastern)

Move beyond viewing privacy as a mere compliance exercise and explore how it can become a quintessential piece of your product. Privacy leaders will share insights on leveraging privacy as a key differentiator. Gain valuable perspectives on consumer trends in privacy, evolving business expectations, and practical strategies to transform privacy into a revenue center.

Dr. Emilie Kuijt Portrait
Dr. Emilie Kujit

PhD, CIPP/E | Data Protection Officer, AppsFlyer

George Jones Portrait
George Jones

Senior Data Privacy Specialist, ZoomInfo

Conor Hogan Portrait
Conor Hogan

Global Director, Privacy & DPO, BSI

Robert Bateman Portrait
Robert Bateman

Privacy and Data Protection Writer | Subject Matter Expert

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03

Building a Technical Privacy Program in 2024 (11 to 11:40 AM Eastern)

In this session, panelists will address the question in the mind of every privacy leader: How can one ensure privacy compliance and enable innovation at the same time? Conventional approaches to privacy don't address the gap between privacy and product development teams, making these two business objectives the two faces of one coin. You must choose one or the other.

Fragmented visibility, time consuming processes, and an inherent language mismatch between engineering and privacy teams has led to business inefficiencies that either block business innovation or rack up privacy debt. Building a privacy program with an engineering mindset, however, can help you break away from having to choose between privacy compliance and innovation.

Nishant Bhajaria Portrait
Nishant Bhajaria

Technical Privacy Leader and Author of "Data Privacy: a runbook for engineers"

Jim Singh
Jim Singh

CIPP US/E, CIPM | Chief Privacy Officer, Principal Financial Group

Rebecca Shore Portrait
Rebecca Shore

Chief Privacy Officer, Albertsons

Hoang Portrait
Hoang Bao

Director, Global Head of Privacy and Data Privacy Officer, Axon

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04

Building a Responsible AI Governance Program (11:45 AM to 12:25 PM Eastern)

LLMs & AI have gone from being a topic of discussion to becoming deeply integrated into every product. Privacy leaders must act quickly to develop and implement governance frameworks that help them deal with the complex privacy, security & ethical considerations of this new reality.

Join leaders from companies that are building foundational models and integrating GenAI, as they discuss their learnings while building Responsible AI Governance Programs. This panel will guide you through strategies to establish your program and provide day-to-day tactics for running a successful Responsible AI initiative.

Vasudha Hegde Portrait
Vasudha Hegde

Privacy Program Manager, DoorDash

Smita Rajmohan Portrait
Smita Rajmohan

Sr Product Counsel, Autodesk

Mohammad Tahaei Portrait
Mohammad Tahaei

Ph. D. | Responsible AI Research, Ebay

Alexandra Robinson Portrait
Alexandra Robinson

Data Ethics and Strategy Consultant

Tarana Damania Portrait
Tarana Damania

Privacy, Al governance & Assurance Consultant

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05

Winning Customer Trust with A Privacy Center (1:50 to 2:30 PM Eastern)

Shift from compliance-driven to customer-centric engineering. Rather than having compliance dictate your product and engineering plans, you can engineer products that inspire transparency, visibility and trust; that way, rather than fearing regulators, you can engage your customers. With this strategy, your engineering can help drive a more verifiable and cost-effective compliance that results in higher business efficiency at the same time.

Nishant Bhajaria Portrait
Nishant Bhajaria

Technical Privacy Leader and Author of "Data Privacy: a runbook for engineers"

Anurag Naidu Portrait
Anurag Naidu

Sr. Engineering Manager, Uber

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06

Creative Ways to Champion Privacy Engineering Awareness (1:05 to 1:45 PM Eastern)

Explore inventive approaches to elevate awareness around privacy engineering. Learn how to infuse creativity into advocacy, making privacy a central theme in your organization. This session delves into unconventional methods that inspire engagement, fostering a culture where privacy engineering is not just understood but passionately embraced.

Debra Farber Portrait
Debra Farber

Privacy Tech Advisor and Founder of The Shifting Privacy Left Podcast

Katharine Jarmul Portrait
Katharine Jarmul

Principal Data Scientist, Thoughtworks

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07

From the Trenches: Privacy Engineering Pitfalls & Successes (2:35 to 3:15 PM Eastern)

Since privacy engineering is a new function, its playbooks, KPIs and ROI metrics are yet to be defined. Nevertheless, there is a bounty of insights we can learn from the trailblazers who have been running privacy engineering teams during the past few years.

Join a panel of privacy engineering leaders who will share success stories and the pitfalls of running a privacy engineering function. We will go in-depth on the RoI of a privacy engineering function, KPIs, OKRs and some real life stories to help make a revenue driven case for privacy engineering.

Nishant Bhajaria Portrait
Nishant Bhajaria

Technical Privacy Leader and Author of "Data Privacy: a runbook for engineers"

Lisa Bobbitt Portrait
Lisa Bobbitt

Principal Engineer, Privacy at Cisco

Bindia Mathew Portrait
Bindia Mathew

CIPP E/US, CIPM | Director at the Institute of Operational Privacy Design

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Speakers

Alexandra Robinson

Data Ethics and Strategy Consultant

Alexandra Robinson

Alexandra is a strategic advisor and consultant specializing in responsible AI, data privacy, and technology ethics. She advises on AI/ML ethics, including work with Google & Microsoft, and develops data policies and privacy strategies for diverse sectors. At Sambodhi Research and Communications, she guides the US market entry strategy and brand positioning. Recognized as one of the '100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics' for 2024, Alexandra is also a published author and speaker on tech ethics and data privacy.

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Anurag Naidu

Sr. Engineering Manager, Uber

Anurag Naidu

Anurag Naidu is a seasoned professional in the field of privacy, currently holding the position of Senior Manager in Engineering at Uber. Based in Kirkland, USA, he has a history of working with notable companies in the tech industry, including Clever Nudge and Zomato.

LinkedIn

Bindia Mathew

CIPP E/US, CIPM • Director at the Institute of Operational Privacy Design

Bindia Mathew

Bindia has worked in the privacy and data protection field since 2017, and is currently working as the Director of Privacy by Design at ADP. Her expertise lies in building and sustaining privacy programs for global companies, operationalizing global privacy frameworks, and advancing privacy engineering programs. Her current focus in privacy engineering is defining technical privacy review standards and threat modeling, providing “build vs. buy” evaluations for privacy enhancing technologies (PETs), and focusing employee training on privacy-by-design principles.

LinkedIn

Debra Farber

Privacy Tech Advisor and Founder of The Shifting Privacy Left Podcast

Debra Farber

Debra J. Farber is a globally-recognized Privacy, Security and Ethical Tech Advisor and Principal and Host of The Shifting Privacy Left Podcast. With 18 years of experience managing privacy and data protection issues, Debra has shifted left to work companies seeking to unlock the value of their data with privacy by design (PbD) strategies, privacy enabling technologies (PETs), and privacy engineering methodologies.

LinkedIn

Conor Hogan

Global Director, Privacy & DPO @ BSI

Conor Hogan

Conor Hogan currently serves as the Global Director of Privacy at BSI. His work focuses on Privacy Advisory, AI Governance, and Data engagements. Prior to joining BSI in January 2018, Conor worked at Mazars, where he specialized in privacy consulting and IT audit. His expertise includes data protection law, regulatory affairs, and building professional relationships. Conor's approach combines practical experience with a focus on achieving compliance and adding value in the fields of privacy and data protection.

LinkedIn

Dr. Emilie Kuijt

PhD, CIPP/E • Data Protection Officer, AppsFlyer

Dr. Emilie Kuijt

Dr. Emilie Kuijt is a legal specialist, with a PhD in International Law and Legal Studies, and currently works for AppsFlyer as its Data Protection Officer (DPO). A strong interest in connecting business and policy work, Emilie has an extensive work history as an external DPO and privacy consultant to numerous SaaS and tech firms. Having studied both in the US and in Europe, she has a keen understanding of global regulatory compliance. Emilie is a strong privacy advocate, considering privacy rights as human rights, especially in the online sphere that we live in.

LinkedIn

George Jones

Senior Data Privacy Specialist, ZoomInfo

George Jones

George Jones is a Senior Data Privacy Specialist at ZoomInfo. George has detailed experience in the professional services and software development space. Prior to ZI, George was the Data Protection and Privacy Lead at Thoughtworks; Compliance at the DMA, the UK's largest marketing and advertising trade body.

LinkedIn

Hoang Bao

Director, Global Head of Privacy and Data Privacy Officer, Axon

Hoang Bao

Hoang has over 15 years of experience in building and leading privacy and data governance programs. He is currently serving as Director, Global Head of Privacy and Data Privacy Officer for Axon, where he helps ensure Axon is always at the forefront in fulfilling its commitment to protecting privacy for all global Axon Customers and the communities they serve.He is also a member of the IAPP Privacy Engineering Advisory Board. Additionally, he is a Principal at Virtual Privacy, focusing on empowering the privacy and data protection ecosystem through pro bono services and research about businesses, consumers, and trust in the digital space. Previously, he also served in senior leadership roles at Google, Twitch, Netflix, Walmart Global eCommerce, and Yahoo!. He was also a Senior Consultant at KPMG LLP.

LinkedIn

Jim Singh

CIPP US/E, CIPM • Chief Privacy Officer at Principal Financial Group.

Jim Singh

Jim Singh is the Chief Privacy Officer at the Principal Financial Group (PFG). With a focus on automating and optimizing a global privacy program across 10+ countries, he’s responsible for all things privacy - operations, governance, risk, and engineering. Before that, he led the Global Privacy Program at SVB (Silicon Valley Bank) - implementing Privacy as a Service (PraaS) and delivering global privacy services with teams in US, UK, and India.  Before joining SVB, he was the Deputy Privacy Officer at Northrop Grumman. He has built and scaled global privacy programs in highly regulated sectors. Jim has an MBA in Global Business, is a certified Product Manager, a Scaled Agilist, and a certified Innovation Coach.

LinkedIn

Lisa Bobbitt

Principal Engineer, Privacy at Cisco

Lisa Bobbitt

Lisa Bobbitt, CISSP, CIPM, is the Lead Privacy Engineering Architect in Cisco’s Privacy Office. Bobbitt is passionate about embedding privacy awareness, governance and technology across Cisco by building on the foundation of years of working in mainframe connectivity, mobile routing protocols, innovative concepts in 3D, voice/video/data in Stadium Vision, government adaptation and trustworthy systems. She believes everyone, as a digital citizen, should be a privacy advocate by first understanding the value of authorized use of our personally identifiable information.

LinkedIn

Mohammad Tahaei

PhD | Responsible AI Research, Ebay

Mohammad Tahaei

Mohammad, currently an AI research lead at eBay, has a background in software engineering and a Ph.D. in human-computer interaction. His work includes significant contributions to privacy and security research. At Nokia Bell Labs UK, he led UX research for AI, resulting in new feature integrations and ethical AI promotion. At the University of Bristol, he focused on privacy research, securing a substantial research grant, and developing privacy guidelines.

LinkedIn

Nishant Bhajaria

Technical Privacy Leader and Author of "Data Privacy: a runbook for engineers"

Nishant Bhajaria

Nishant Bhajaria is leading cybersecurity and privacy executive. He heads a large team that includes data scientists, engineers, privacy experts and others as they seek to improve data privacy for the customers and the company. His role has significant levels of cross-functional visibility and impact. Previously he worked in compliance, data protection, security, and privacy at Uber and Google. He was also the head of privacy engineering at Netflix. He is a well-known expert in the field of data privacy, has developed numerous courses on the topic, and has spoken extensively at conferences and podcasts.

LinkedIn

Rebecca Shore

CPO, Albertsons

Rebecca Shore

Rebecca Shore is a leading privacy executive currently serving as the VP, Chief Privacy Officer at Albertsons Companies. She has an extensive background in privacy law and policy. She served at Under Armour for over 7 years, leading data privacy efforts across various departments and developing global privacy policies. Her tenure included roles as Director & Senior Counsel, Global Privacy, and Associate Counsel. Rebecca's expertise extends to IT security and privacy policy development, as evidenced by her work at AI Solutions for NASA. She also shared her knowledge as an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, teaching Information Privacy Law. Her career is marked by strategic planning and the successful implementation of privacy and security policies in complex, multi-faceted organizations.

LinkedIn

Robert Bateman

Privacy and Data Protection Writer | Subject Matter Expert

Robert Bateman

Robert is a respected voice on data protection, privacy, and security law. He built his profile creating in-depth reports on legislation, compliance guidance documents for organizations, and news articles about the latest sectoral developments worldwide.Robert’s passion for privacy and security began while studying for a postgraduate law degree. His dissertation, on the compatibility of the U.K.’s Data Protection Act with the European Convention on Human Rights, won the DMH Stallard Prize for best research project.Since then, Robert has worked with privacy and security-focused tech firms and startups, creating detailed guidance and policy documents to help organizations comply with their data protection and security compliance obligations.

LinkedIn

Smita Rajmohan

Sr Product Counsel, Autodesk

Smita Rajmohan

Smita Rajmohan is a Senior Counsel at Autodesk with a focus on artificial intelligence and data protection. In her current role, she counsels on intellectual property, data licensing, privacy, competition, open source, transactional and other aspects of data products. Previously, Smita worked at Apple as the lead lawyer for iPads and other hardware products.

Smita also has extensive experience in technology transactions having worked at law firms Cooley and Kirkland & Ellis, where she represented some of the world’s most exciting brands and startups. She is a frequent speaker on intellectual property, AI/ML and data privacy issues and was invited to judge the CES Innovation Awards in 2021.

LinkedIn

Tarana Damania

Privacy, AI governance & Assurance Consultant

Tarana Damania

Tarana has over 16 years of experience in privacy, security, risk management and assurance, including developing StockX's and Twitch's privacy programs, auditing risks at Google, and working on compliance at Ernst & Young. Tarana is also on the standards committee for a privacy by design certification. Outside work, she balances family life, enjoys podcasting, fitness and dancing.

LinkedIn

Vaibhav Antil

Co-Founder and CEO, Privado

Vaibhav Antil

Vaibhav Antil is the Co-founder of Privado.ai, a developer-friendly privacy platform. Privado was purpose-built as a code-scanning solution for privacy to discover personal data, usage, flows, and leakages, as well as flag privacy issues in the code for GDPR regulations. Vaibhav became a privacy consultant to help companies remain compliant after the introduction of GDPR. Before Privado, he was the Co-founder of Jukebox Studio, which was acquired by Gaana, where he served as the Senior Product Manager of Subscriptions.

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Vasudha Hegde

Privacy Program Manager, DoorDash

Vasudha Hegde

Vasudha is a Privacy Program Manager at DoorDash Inc., with over 10 years of industry experience, in areas relating to product privacy and privacy by design, data governance, and privacy incident response. At DoorDash, Vasudha is currently responsible for the ML/AI Governance program, and works closely with the Data Governance and Privacy Legal teams to ensure the appropriate, compliant and safe handling of users' personal information. Prior to working at DoorDash, Vasudha worked at ByteDance/Tiktok as a Privacy Program Manager, and at PricewaterhouseCoopers as a Cybersecurity and Privacy Consultant.

LinkedIn

Katharine Jarmul

Principal Data Scientist, Thoughtworks

Katharine Jarmul

Katharine Jarmul is a Principal Data Scientist at Thoughtworks Germany and author of the recent O'Reilly book Practical Data Privacy. Previously, she has held numerous roles at large companies and startups in the US and Germany, implementing data processing and machine learning systems with a focus on reliability, testability, privacy and security. She is a passionate and internationally recognized data scientist, programmer, and lecturer. Katharine is also a frequent keynote speaker at international software and AI conferences.

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Join in-depth conversations with privacy experts from around the world.

Katharine Jarmul

Katharine Jarmul is a Principal Data Scientist at Thoughtworks Germany and author of the recent O'Reilly book Practical Data Privacy. Previously, she has held numerous roles at large companies and startups in the US and Germany, implementing data processing and machine learning systems with a focus on reliability, testability, privacy and security. She is a passionate and internationally recognized data scientist, programmer, and lecturer. Katharine is also a frequent keynote speaker at international software and AI conferences.

LinkedIn
Hoang Bao

Hoang has over 15 years of experience in building and leading privacy and data governance programs. He is currently serving as Director, Global Head of Privacy and Data Privacy Officer for Axon, where he helps ensure Axon is always at the forefront in fulfilling its commitment to protecting privacy for all global Axon Customers and the communities they serve.He is also a member of the IAPP Privacy Engineering Advisory Board. Additionally, he is a Principal at Virtual Privacy, focusing on empowering the privacy and data protection ecosystem through pro bono services and research about businesses, consumers, and trust in the digital space. Previously, he also served in senior leadership roles at Google, Twitch, Netflix, Walmart Global eCommerce, and Yahoo!. He was also a Senior Consultant at KPMG LLP.

LinkedIn
Conor Hogan

Conor Hogan currently serves as the Global Director of Privacy at BSI. His work focuses on Privacy Advisory, AI Governance, and Data engagements. Prior to joining BSI in January 2018, Conor worked at Mazars, where he specialized in privacy consulting and IT audit. His expertise includes data protection law, regulatory affairs, and building professional relationships. Conor's approach combines practical experience with a focus on achieving compliance and adding value in the fields of privacy and data protection.

LinkedIn
Tarana Damania

Tarana has over 16 years of experience in privacy, security, risk management and assurance, including developing StockX's and Twitch's privacy programs, auditing risks at Google, and working on compliance at Ernst & Young. Tarana is also on the standards committee for a privacy by design certification. Outside work, she balances family life, enjoys podcasting, fitness and dancing.

LinkedIn
Alexandra Robinson

Alexandra is a strategic advisor and consultant specializing in responsible AI, data privacy, and technology ethics. She advises on AI/ML ethics, including work with Google & Microsoft, and develops data policies and privacy strategies for diverse sectors. At Sambodhi Research and Communications, she guides the US market entry strategy and brand positioning. Recognized as one of the '100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics' for 2024, Alexandra is also a published author and speaker on tech ethics and data privacy.

LinkedIn
Mohammad Tahaei

Mohammad, currently an AI research lead at eBay, has a background in software engineering and a Ph.D. in human-computer interaction. His work includes significant contributions to privacy and security research. At Nokia Bell Labs UK, he led UX research for AI, resulting in new feature integrations and ethical AI promotion. At the University of Bristol, he focused on privacy research, securing a substantial research grant, and developing privacy guidelines.

LinkedIn
Smita Rajmohan

Smita Rajmohan is a Senior Counsel at Autodesk with a focus on artificial intelligence and data protection. In her current role, she counsels on intellectual property, data licensing, privacy, competition, open source, transactional and other aspects of data products. Previously, Smita worked at Apple as the lead lawyer for iPads and other hardware products.

Smita also has extensive experience in technology transactions having worked at law firms Cooley and Kirkland & Ellis, where she represented some of the world’s most exciting brands and startups. She is a frequent speaker on intellectual property, AI/ML and data privacy issues and was invited to judge the CES Innovation Awards in 2021.

LinkedIn
Vasudha Hegde

Vasudha is a Privacy Program Manager at DoorDash Inc., with over 10 years of industry experience, in areas relating to product privacy and privacy by design, data governance, and privacy incident response. At DoorDash, Vasudha is currently responsible for the ML/AI Governance program, and works closely with the Data Governance and Privacy Legal teams to ensure the appropriate, compliant and safe handling of users' personal information. Prior to working at DoorDash, Vasudha worked at ByteDance/Tiktok as a Privacy Program Manager, and at PricewaterhouseCoopers as a Cybersecurity and Privacy Consultant.

LinkedIn
Robert Bateman

Robert is a respected voice on data protection, privacy, and security law. He built his profile creating in-depth reports on legislation, compliance guidance documents for organizations, and news articles about the latest sectoral developments worldwide.Robert’s passion for privacy and security began while studying for a postgraduate law degree. His dissertation, on the compatibility of the U.K.’s Data Protection Act with the European Convention on Human Rights, won the DMH Stallard Prize for best research project.Since then, Robert has worked with privacy and security-focused tech firms and startups, creating detailed guidance and policy documents to help organizations comply with their data protection and security compliance obligations.

LinkedIn
Rebecca Shore

Rebecca Shore is a leading privacy executive currently serving as the VP, Chief Privacy Officer at Albertsons Companies. She has an extensive background in privacy law and policy. She served at Under Armour for over 7 years, leading data privacy efforts across various departments and developing global privacy policies. Her tenure included roles as Director & Senior Counsel, Global Privacy, and Associate Counsel. Rebecca's expertise extends to IT security and privacy policy development, as evidenced by her work at AI Solutions for NASA. She also shared her knowledge as an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, teaching Information Privacy Law. Her career is marked by strategic planning and the successful implementation of privacy and security policies in complex, multi-faceted organizations.

LinkedIn
Lisa Bobbitt

Lisa Bobbitt, CISSP, CIPM, is the Lead Privacy Engineering Architect in Cisco’s Privacy Office. Bobbitt is passionate about embedding privacy awareness, governance and technology across Cisco by building on the foundation of years of working in mainframe connectivity, mobile routing protocols, innovative concepts in 3D, voice/video/data in Stadium Vision, government adaptation and trustworthy systems. She believes everyone, as a digital citizen, should be a privacy advocate by first understanding the value of authorized use of our personally identifiable information.

LinkedIn
Debra Farber

Debra J. Farber is a globally-recognized Privacy, Security and Ethical Tech Advisor and Principal and Host of The Shifting Privacy Left Podcast. With 18 years of experience managing privacy and data protection issues, Debra has shifted left to work companies seeking to unlock the value of their data with privacy by design (PbD) strategies, privacy enabling technologies (PETs), and privacy engineering methodologies.

LinkedIn
Anurag Naidu

Anurag Naidu is a seasoned professional in the field of privacy, currently holding the position of Senior Manager in Engineering at Uber. Based in Kirkland, USA, he has a history of working with notable companies in the tech industry, including Clever Nudge and Zomato.

LinkedIn
Vaibhav Antil

Vaibhav Antil is the Co-founder of Privado.ai, a developer-friendly privacy platform. Privado was purpose-built as a code-scanning solution for privacy to discover personal data, usage, flows, and leakages, as well as flag privacy issues in the code for GDPR regulations. Vaibhav became a privacy consultant to help companies remain compliant after the introduction of GDPR. Before Privado, he was the Co-founder of Jukebox Studio, which was acquired by Gaana, where he served as the Senior Product Manager of Subscriptions.

LinkedIn
Nishant Bhajaria

Nishant Bhajaria is leading cybersecurity and privacy executive. He heads a large team that includes data scientists, engineers, privacy experts and others as they seek to improve data privacy for the customers and the company. His role has significant levels of cross-functional visibility and impact. Previously he worked in compliance, data protection, security, and privacy at Uber and Google. He was also the head of privacy engineering at Netflix. He is a well-known expert in the field of data privacy, has developed numerous courses on the topic, and has spoken extensively at conferences and podcasts.

LinkedIn
Bindia Mathew

Bindia has worked in the privacy and data protection field since 2017, and is currently working as the Director of Privacy by Design at ADP. Her expertise lies in building and sustaining privacy programs for global companies, operationalizing global privacy frameworks, and advancing privacy engineering programs. Her current focus in privacy engineering is defining technical privacy review standards and threat modeling, providing “build vs. buy” evaluations for privacy enhancing technologies (PETs), and focusing employee training on privacy-by-design principles.

LinkedIn
Dr. Emilie Kuijt

Dr. Emilie Kuijt is a legal specialist, with a PhD in International Law and Legal Studies, and currently works for AppsFlyer as its Data Protection Officer (DPO). A strong interest in connecting business and policy work, Emilie has an extensive work history as an external DPO and privacy consultant to numerous SaaS and tech firms. Having studied both in the US and in Europe, she has a keen understanding of global regulatory compliance. Emilie is a strong privacy advocate, considering privacy rights as human rights, especially in the online sphere that we live in.

LinkedIn
George Jones

George Jones is a Senior Data Privacy Specialist at ZoomInfo. George has detailed experience in the professional services and software development space. Prior to ZI, George was the Data Protection and Privacy Lead at Thoughtworks; Compliance at the DMA, the UK's largest marketing and advertising trade body.

LinkedIn
Jim Singh

Jim Singh is the Chief Privacy Officer at the Principal Financial Group (PFG). With a focus on automating and optimizing a global privacy program across 10+ countries, he’s responsible for all things privacy - operations, governance, risk, and engineering. Before that, he led the Global Privacy Program at SVB (Silicon Valley Bank) - implementing Privacy as a Service (PraaS) and delivering global privacy services with teams in US, UK, and India.  Before joining SVB, he was the Deputy Privacy Officer at Northrop Grumman. He has built and scaled global privacy programs in highly regulated sectors. Jim has an MBA in Global Business, is a certified Product Manager, a Scaled Agilist, and a certified Innovation Coach.

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What is Bridge Privacy Summit 2024?

Bridge is the missing link between privacy & engineering, an event designed to help you go from non-prescriptive privacy laws to practical privacy engineering solutions. The day-long event will take place virtually on January 31, 2024 in commemoration of Data Privacy Day 2024.

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