Anju Khurana is the head of data privacy at the Bank of New York Mellon Corp., a New York-based role that keeps her in the thick of changing data regulations worldwide.
Next month, Khurana will be speaking about the impact the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation is having on security standards globally at the General Counsel Conference in New York. Law.com affiliate Corporate Counsel asked Khurana about her experience with privacy in-house and her advice for lawyers looking to enter the practice space.
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