How Uber, eBay and Pitney Bowes Built Principles-Based Global Privacy Programs

Top privacy practitioners from Uber, Pitney Bowes and eBay shared how they have built principles-based global privacy programs at their companies in an environment of disparate privacy regimes – from the GDPR and the CCPA to sector-specific U.S. laws – at a recent IAPP panel moderated by Heather Egan Sussman, a partner at Orrick. We distill the key takeaways. See also our three-part series on the evolving roles of privacy and security professionals: “Examining Required Skills and Potential Convergence” (Sep. 5, 2018); “Effective Governance and Board Reporting” (Sep. 12, 2018); and “Operationalizing Policies, Incident Response and Vendor Management” (Sep. 19, 2018).

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