Corporate Data Protection Officer, Deutsche Post
Representative, Confederation of European Data Protection Organisations (CEDPO) and German Association for Data Protection (GDD)
Gabriela Krader is corporate data protection officer of Deutsche Post DHL (DPDHL), a global mail and logistics group with around 470.000 employees located in 220 countries. Krader is responsible for group-wide policies and strategy in the area of data protection and privacy and coordinates the worldwide DPDHL data protection organization. She also represents most German-based group companies as formally appointed data protection officer under the German Federal Data Protection Act.
Gabriela Krader is the author of publications in the fields of European/international data protection legislation, telecommunications surveillance and compliance regulations and also regularly speaks at national and international data protection and privacy conferences. Krader serves as member of the IAPP’s European Advisory Board, Board of the German Association for Data Protection and Data Security (GDD) and Confederation of European Data Protection Organisations (CEDPO).
Prior to her current function, Krader acted as senior legal counsel for Deutsche Telekom AG. She graduated from Marburg University in 1989 and obtained a master’s degree at London School of Economics in 1990.