Privacy Advisor

Bruening Joins Intel

June 1, 2013

Paula Bruening will join Intel’s Washington, DC, office as senior counsel for global privacy policy. Bruening previously worked at the Centre for Information Policy Leadership where she focused on policy issues related to cross-border data flows, emerging technologies and government use of private-sector data and cybersecurity. There, she was also involved in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. She has also served as counsel for the Centre for Democracy and Technology and at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration under President Bill Clinton.

“We are excited to have someone with Paula’s expertise and experience join our team. With privacy legislation and regulation changing in many countries around the world, it is a critical time for Intel to have Paula guide our privacy policy influencing strategy,” Intel said in a statement.