Panel Discussion
"The Global Emergence of Corporate Data Privacy Accountability Frameworks: Building and Embedding the Company's Data Privacy Programs and the Role of Chief Privacy Officer"

As head of Hewlett-Packard(HP) privacy and information management efforts, Scott Taylor is responsible for global privacy and information management strategy, policy, governance, and operations.

In this role, he is a member of HP's Compliance Council, Cyber Security Council, Global Citizenship/Human Rights Committee, and chairs HP's Privacy & Data Protection Governance Board. Scott and his team work with HP business groups, regions and corporate functions to assure the implementation of HP's Privacy and Information Management policies and programs and integrate privacy into product and services development across the company.

He serves as HP's global representative with governments, external policy makers, media, NGOs and customers in the area of privacy and data protection. Scott is actively involved in global initiatives to advance stronger protections for consumer privacy. He serves as Vice Chairman of the Board for The Information Accountability Foundation, and as incoming Chairman of the Board of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

Scott has been with HP for 25 years. Previously he launched and led HP's global Internet program. In that role, he and his team handled Internet strategy, customer experience, e-business policies, standards, worldwide site management, and operations. Prior to that, Scott was responsible for HP's direct marketing function, part of the Corporate Marketing & International Services Organization.


Scott will discuss the enterprise-wide implementation of Accountability and global privacy program in Hewlett-Packard, through the use of dynamic and innovative tools for Privacy by Design, which were developed internally by his global privacy team.

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