I spent the last two months in our New York City headquarters as part of my new role as CA’s Global Chief Privacy Strategist. This function was created in addition to our Chief Privacy Officer, who is leading the charge on our privacy compliance efforts globally. I am primarily focused on ensuring the company has a clear view and voice on the important issues around privacy, and more broadly, trust in technology. It also enables me to engage in a wide range of discussions with customers, partners, and press.

Before I head back home to Brussels, I wanted to share some of my observations around the US privacy landscape. But, let me start by answering a question I have heard a couple of times while here:

Source: DZone

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