A new animal has emerged on the US corporate scene and it is beginning to find its way to this side of the Atlantic. Rebecca Herold of QineteQ looks at the role of the chief privacy officer
In the US, the issue of privacy, and the use (and misuse) of data, are climbing to the top of the business agenda. In this climate, the chief privacy officer (CPO) is emerging as an important role.
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