Session Spotlight | Data Privacy: Who’s in the Driver’s Seat?
Today’s connected cars and tomorrow’s autonomous vehicles demonstrate the commercial opportunities for collecting personal data. The questions: Who should control the use of that data? The company or the customer?
Tami Dokken is the first Chief Data Privacy Officer at the World Bank in Washington, DC and will share her insights on this issue that has implications for our customers and future business growth. Don't miss this discussion at the 2020 AFSA Vehicle Finance Conference & Expo
Chief Data Privacy Officer
Tami Dokken is the first Chief Data Privacy Officer at the World Bank in Washington, DC. In this role Ms. Dokken is responsible for implementing the World Bank Group Policy on Personal Data Privacy, effective May 2020. The World Bank has 189 member countries, staff from more than 170 countries, and offices in 130 countries. The Bank’s mission is to end extreme poverty and to promote shared prosperity around the world.
Previously Ms. Dokken was Head of Global Data Privacy and Protection and Associate General Counsel at MoneyGram International, a financial services company with 350,000 agent locations in 200 countries; associate general counsel at a multinational hospitality company; and in private practice at a U.S.-based law firm with a focus on corporate, contract, marketing and intellectual property law and mergers and acquisitions.
February 3rd, 2020 by Dan Bucherer