The View from Google: Privacy, GDPR and Ireland as a One Stop Shop

Lorcan Mullally21st February 20191min
Mr Enright shares his perspectives on Google's experiences of GDPR, on lessons learned along the way, and on how Google approaches privacy and data protection.

In his address, Mr Enright, Google’s Chief Privacy Officer, shares his perspectives on Google’s experiences of GDPR, almost one year on. He discusses lessons learned along the way, as well as sharing perspectives on how Google approaches privacy and data protection, and the importance of Ireland as a One Stop Shop.

About the Speaker:

Mr Enright was appointed as Google’s Chief Privacy Officer last year. He joined Google in March 2011, with nearly 20 years of experience in creating and implementing programs for privacy, data stewardship and information risk management. Prior to joining Google, Mr Enright served as the most senior privacy executive at two Fortune 500 online and offline retail enterprises.