IAPP Professional Privacy Faculty
Julie Snyder, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, CIPM
Senior Privacy and Security Engineer
The MITRE Corporation
Julie Nethery Snyder, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, CIPM, is a senior privacy and security Engineer at the MITRE Corporation. She has worked in various areas of privacy and information security throughout her career with a focus on program development and management, including maturity model development, project management, requirements analysis, program assessment and development, policy development and management, compliance assessments, stakeholder management, training programs and technical controls assessments.
Snyder’s privacy experience includes leading and performing the assessment of privacy programs, policies, procedures, training content and compliance documentation; supporting Privacy by Design related work, including developing organizational privacy principles, embedding privacy into the enterprise architecture and systems development lifecycle and developing privacy requirements for systems with an approach for privacy testing; creating privacy training for the general workforce and training targeted for system developers; addressing privacy incidents; and serving as an advisor to programs that are working through complex privacy challenges. Her federal government clients span healthcare, intelligence, homeland security, law enforcement and defense.
Prior to joining the MITRE Corporation, Snyder spent nine years at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC). Her last role at PwC was leading the Federal Privacy Practice, growing the practice from its infancy to over $1M in annual revenue. She was responsible for building her team, mentoring staff, pursuing business opportunities and managing multiple engagements. Her diverse responsibilities at PwC also included supporting and developing strategies for information security programs as well as implementing and developing enhanced user identity management solutions, performing general controls reviews of financial management and information security programs and assessing technical controls for various operating system and firewall platforms. Before serving the federal government, she supported various private-sector industries, including oil and gas, energy and utilities, automotive, consumer goods and financial services. Snyder also worked at CompuCom Systems, Inc., as an engineer supporting technology and network upgrades.
Snyder received her BBA in information and operations management from Texas A&M University.