‍11 / 04 / 2019

FTC Hearing - Truata - Competition and Consumer Protection - FTC Approach to Consumer Privacy
 

FTC Hearing 12: April 9 Session 1 - Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century,

THE DATA RISK SPECTRUM: FROM DE-IDENTIFIED DATA TO SENSITIVE INDIVIDUALLY IDENTIFIABLE DATA

As part of a series of FTC Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century, the Federal Trade Commission recently hosted a discussion on privacy and data security.

Day one of the FTC Hearing featured panel discussions on the goals of privacy protection; data sensitivity; consumer demand and expectations for privacy; and current approaches to privacy. Trūata’s Chief Privacy Officer, Aoife Sexton participated in a panel discussion entitled ‘The Data Risk Spectrum: From De-Identified Data to Sensitive Individually Identifiable Data’.

Panel discussion begins at 1hr 46 minutes.

 

FTC Hearing Panel Participants:
Aoife Sexton
Chief Privacy Officer
Trūata

Jules Polonetsky
CEO
Future of Privacy Forum

Deven McGraw
General Counsel & Chief Regulatory Officer
Ciitizen

Michelle Richardson
Director, Privacy & Data Project
Center for Democracy & Technology

Shane Wiley
Chief Privacy Officer
Cuebiq

About Trūata

Founded by Mastercard and IBM, Trūata offers an award winning, new approach to handling data anonymization and analytics to help organizations meet the standards of personal data protection envisioned by the GDPR. Follow the link to read more about the Trūata Anonymization Solution.

Aoife SextonAoife Sexton, Chief Privacy Officer
Aoife joined the Trūata team from the law firm Tech Law Services, where she was a Principal for six years advising technology clients within the areas of Commercial, Data Protection, IP and Technology Law. Aoife is a graduate of University College Dublin (BCL) and the College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium. She is a Certified Data Protection Practitioner (PC.dp) as well as International Association of Privacy Professionals CIPP/E certified. She is an approved IAPP trainer for the CIPP/E course and conducts regular training courses in Ireland.

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