The Privacy (and Security) Pro in the White House
PRIVACY COMMUNITYJuly 19, 2013
Much has been made of Nicole Wong’s appointment to work on privacy matters in the White House under U.S. CTO Todd Park, but there’s another privacy pro in the White House who actually has “privacy” in his title: Ari Schwartz, Director for Cybersecurity Privacy, Civil Liberties and Policy, National Security Staff, who started in the job this past month. The Privacy Advisor gets the first interview with him about his new position. Meanwhile, Politico talks about growing pains for the PCLOB, with which Schwartz will be working closely.