Operationalizing Data Privacy: Bridging “The Vision Gap”

A Panel of Data Privacy and Governance Executives Discuss Challenges and Solutions

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Operationalizing Data Privacy: Bridging “The Vision Gap”

As data privacy regulation grows, so does consumers’ awareness of how their personal data is being used. It’s important to retain customer trust with consistent data handling practices.

However, in the traditional siloed enterprise architecture, there are often gaps between different lines of business, and how they’re implementing guidelines in their day-to-day data use, which creates a data privacy “vision gap”. Organizations must address it if they’re to achieve and maintain data privacy readiness at the operational level.

During this event, our panel of experts will be discussing how to operationalize enterprise data privacy programs and maintain readiness in a continuously evolving environment.

What makes this course unique?
This course focuses on the “how” —how to create a comprehensive data privacy program across your organization that will help achieve and maintain data privacy readiness.
An attendee will learn:
What the data privacy “vision gap” is.
Some challenges resulting from this vision gap.
Creating an ethical framework for data management.
Creating a strategy for aligning data systems and processes with privacy law requirements and customer expectations.
Building a data privacy foundation across 4 areas: data management, security, policies, and contracts.
Designing a data privacy governance strategy to maintain data privacy readiness.
Planning for “triggers” that could impact compliance status.
How to establish alliances between different lines of business.
Ways to use automation to lighten to administrative load.
How to gain and maintain consumer trust and loyalty.
Industry Focus

All industries will benefit from this webinar.


Director Level and above
IT Leaders
Product Owners
Large Business Unit Owners

Panelists will include

Legal teams
Marketing teams
Human Resources (employee data)
Other technology professionals that work with data


Jill Reber

GM of Data Privacy 

Jill Reber, General Manager of Data Privacy, and former Primitive Logic CEO is an attorney and nationally recognized expert on data privacy, particularly GDPR, CCPA, and other data protection laws. She has spoken on the topic at events sponsored by American Banker, International In-House Counsel Journal, Information Management, the American Bar Association, and other national and international organizations.
Following several years as a business litigator, Jill started a practice providing general counsel services to startup tech companies. In 1990 she joined business and technology consulting firm Primitive Logic (one of her clients) and became CEO in 2008.
Having spent decades helping Fortune 500 companies with enterprise architecture, large scale system integrations, and end-to-end data initiatives, Primitive Logic saw an opportunity to help clients operationalize GDPR, CCPA, and other data privacy regulations into sustainable data privacy programs. In an environment where “data as the new currency” had become a mantra, Primitive Logic set out to help businesses understand and implement the “how” behind the “what” of the regulatory landscape.
In 2019, Primitive Logic joined forces with Logic20/20, where Jill joined the executive leadership team as General Manager of Data Privacy.
Darren A. Bowie

Global Chief Privacy Officer and Managing Director, MUFG 


Darren A. Bowie is Global Chief Privacy Officer and Managing Director at Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), the world’s fifth largest financial group.  Darren is responsible for developing and executing MUFG’s global privacy and data protection strategy. Before joining MUFG, Darren was Chief Privacy Officer and Associate General Counsel at American International Group, Inc. (AIG), where he managed AIG’s global privacy and records and information management compliance programs. 

Before AIG, Darren served as Legal Director for North America at Nokia, where he managed the legal group that supported Nokia’s business in the United States and Canada.  Darren also was Assistant General Counsel at AOL. Darren began his career at the US Federal Trade Commission, where he served in a number of positions, including as legal advisor to Chairman Timothy J. Muris.  Darren is a recipient of the FTC Distinguished Service Award and the FTC Louis D. Brandeis Outstanding Litigator Award.

Darren graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he was an editor of the Journal of International Business Law.  He graduated with high honors from the College of William and Mary, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. 

Darren serves as Chair of the New York City Bar Association Consumer Affairs Committee.  He is a contributor to Consumer Protection Law Developments (American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Antitrust Law 2009, 2016, 2020), and an editor of FTC Practice and Procedure Manual (ABA Section of Antitrust Law 2007). Darren is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US).

Dionne Pulcinella

Senior Compliance Officer for Deposits and Payments 

Dionne Pulcinella is an attorney and First Vice President, Senior Compliance Officer for Deposits and Payments and is the People’s United Bank Privacy Officer. Dionne is relatively new to the field of privacy, but in her tenure as Privacy Officer, has overseen the implementation of the Bank’s CCPA privacy compliance program and became a Certified Information Professional (CIPP/US). In her day-to-day responsibilities as the Bank’s Privacy Officer, Dionne responds to inadvertent disclosures of customer information by reporting to the state of the customer’s residence and drafts credit monitoring communication as required. Additionally, Dionne is responsible for administrating annual privacy training and updates the Bank’s privacy notices, as needed. Dionne is a member of the ABA’s CCPA Privacy Working Group and BPI’s Privacy Committee.
Dionne graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and from Amherst College with honors, with a B.A. in Political Science and Spanish.
Paul DeMello

Director of Risk and Compliance for North America at BNP Paribas Asset Management 


Paul DeMello is a seasoned risk and compliance professional with nearly 20 years’ experience in finance and risk management. Paul is currently the Director of Risk and Compliance for North America at BNP Paribas Asset Management and is based in New York. He is the Co-Regional Director for the New York Chapter of the Professional Risk Management International Association (PRMIA). Paul is also on the Board of Directors for the Institute of Community Living, a not-for-profit health care provider based in New York City. Paul has a Master of Science in Risk Management from the NYU Stern School of business, along with a number of specialized certifications.

Amy Pugh

Senior Corporate Counsel at Cross River Bank 

Leible Melamed

CISSP, CISA, CFE, CEH, Senior Vice President and CISO Cross River Bank 

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