With less than two weeks until the General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect, cloud computing company Salesforce has appointed Lindsey Finch as its first data protection officer.

The role is required for companies of a certain size under the new European Union privacy regulation, which impacts those collecting or processing data from EU citizens. DPOs are tasked with overseeing GDPR compliance and serve as contact points for privacy and data protection authorities.

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