Building a Privacy Engineering Function

Explore critical skills & practices in data privacy management. Dive into KPIs, ROI measures, and building a team of privacy experts in our ongoing Privacy Engineering series.

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Nishant Bhajaria
Author, Privacy Executive
Mira Olson
Staff Privacy Architect, Uber
Pramod Raghavendran
Director of Privacy and Data Protection, Coinbase
Ellen Nadeau
Engineering Manager, Privacy Engineering and Data Protection, Cruise
Aaron Weller
Leader, Global Privacy Engineering Center of Excellence, HP

Today’s most innovative organizations have embraced the need to address evolving data privacy requirements by building technical teams and implementing technical solutions.

But what critical capabilities, skills, and best practices should be considered when building out a team of technical privacy experts? And what are the KPIs and RoI measures that can help vindicate this investment to executive leadership and corporate boards?

Continuing our three-part series on Privacy Engineering series, this session will explore the building blocks of the privacy engineering function including critical capabilities, staffing, cross-functional collaboration and maturity milestones.

Join moderator Nishant Bhajaria, author of "Data Privacy: A Runbook for Engineers", who will be joined by leading privacy experts as they share their insights on how to build this function within a modern organization.

In this Webinar:
  • Understanding of critical capabilities for the function.
  • Best practices for collaboration between product, engineering and legal teams.
  • Insights on hiring and staffing a privacy engineering team.
  • Understanding of the functions maturity journey and relevant KPIs.
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