Sue Gold is a technology and data protection lawyer with considerable experience in developing strategies and procedures for European data compliance, providing advice on complex technology transactions and carrying out research into developing areas of law, including children’s privacy.
Prior to joining Osborne Clarke, Gold was principal counsel, EMEA, for the Walt Disney Corporation, where she became recognised as a leading expert in data protection management and data privacy. This was preceded by legal roles in the financial services sector, providing advice on data protection at the investment banking arms of UBS, Salomon Smith Barney and NM Rothschild.
Gold sits on the European advisory board for the IAPP, is a member of the SCL committee for the privacy and data protection group, and is a past chair of the CBI and UNICE groups on data protection. She is a regular speaker at international conferences on data protection and data privacy, covering some of the more complex and cutting-edge issues.