The Technology Round Table meets Tuesday (July 17th) at 6 PM at the Pyramid Club. This month's speaker, Peter A. Rabinowitz (former global Chief Privacy Officer of PayPal and global Chief Privacy Counsel of American Express), will discuss privacy and data protection.
Privacy is an increasingly important risk — and strategic opportunity — for brand and business in the innovative data-driven interconnected global digital economy. Whether you’re a start-up founder or work for an established global enterprise, a technologist, marketing executive, product manager, data scientist, customer service specialist, procurement officer, risk manager, or HR leader, if your business involves personal data you need to be familiar with and appropriately address privacy issues to continuously earn the trust of your customers, patients, business partners, employees, investors, regulators, and the media. This session is focused on helping you better understand why privacy matters, including providing insights into the dynamic U.S. privacy landscape and the European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), about which so many folks are concerned.
Peter A. Rabinowitz is a strategic, business and policy advisor combining an interdisciplinary background in management consulting, law, business leadership and government service with broad and deep global cross-industry experience focused on privacy, data protection, cybersecurity, data governance, consumer protection, information risk management, and engagement in the innovative, interconnected data-driven digital world. Building and sustaining an agile, innovative and effective approach to opportunities and risks around privacy and security, and aligning that with brand value, are among Peter’s strengths. In addition to advising start-ups, Peter has served as global Chief Privacy Officer of PayPal and global Chief Privacy Counsel of American Express which were ranked as two of the Most Trusted Companies for Privacy during his tenure; Director of PwC’s Privacy Advisory Practice where he advised some of the world’s most successful brands; and Pfizer’s Senior Attorney for Privacy. Peter helps clients drive innovation; identify and manage risks, benefits and opportunities; enhance brand value and ROI; develop and launch new products and services; enter new markets and strategic relationships; adopt and deploy new technologies; engage and retain personnel; improve lives and communities; and drive compliance, growth and collaboration, and privacy/security by design. One niche in which Peter has particular experience is around data assets and privacy and security considerations in mergers, acquisitions, strategic investments and spin-offs, having been involved in over $110 billion in transactions in recent years. He recently returned to the Philadelphia area after having lived and worked in the Silicon Valley.
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