Title:  – Reliance on the Cloud: Privacy Diligence
Abstract: – During the past few years, we’ve witnessed an explosive growth of cloud computing. However, when it comes to the ever important field of privacy, the division of responsibility between the cloud provider and the cloud customer isn’t always clear. We’ll cover regulatory trends in the cloud privacy space, discuss how cloud providers and customers can partner in protecting the privacy of user data, and what’s coming next in the world of privacy compliance.
Bio –: Marc Crandall is Director and Global Head of Privacy for Google Cloud. He provides leadership in driving proactive privacy design, product, and engineering excellence. In his 15+ years with
Google, he helped launch some of Google’s first cloud services, focusing on predicting, prioritizing, and operationalizing privacy regulatory requirements to address customer needs in protecting user privacy.
Prior to joining Google in 2006, Marc served as principal legal advisor to the Cyber Division of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). He advised agents on a variety of legal issues, from online undercover investigations and Internet forensics to counterintelligence operations. Marc also served as lead counsel of Internet compliance and enforcement with what is now the California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation, the state’s financial regulator.