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Leaders of data privacy at fifteen of the world’s biggest companies have come together to launch the Data Privacy Board. The mission of the group is to help members engage in confidential, leader-level discussions with a trusted network of their peers.

The unprecedented resources and attention being applied to privacy initiatives, coupled with emerging information privacy laws and regulations across the globe and from every level of government and regulatory body, is compelling leaders to collaborate on critical topics and action plans with a trusted group of peers in a protected setting. The Data Privacy Board supports and connects the leaders of privacy at large companies so they can share best practices and work toward enhanced levels of security of employee and customer data from unauthorized access within their industries.

The group is managed by, a membership organization where senior-level leaders at large organizations collaborate in private, peer-to-peer discussions. Membership is exclusively for the people leading the programs, without the influence of vendors or interest groups in the room.

Data Privacy Board members include American Family Insurance, Canada Post, Carnival, Edward Jones, Expedia Group, FedEx, Herbalife Nutrition, JetBlue, Loblaw Companies Limited, Marriott Vacations Worldwide, Northwestern Mutual, Principal Financial Group, Subway, Trimble, and USAA.

Susan Koeppen, Vice President & Associate General Counsel of Privacy and Data Security at Expedia Group, said, “Expedia joined the Data Privacy Board because we’re excited about the opportunity to connect in a meaningful way on a regular basis with privacy peers and understand other companies’ approaches to solving some of the most challenging privacy issues we face.”

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