Omer Tene

Omer Tene

Adjunct Professor

Omer Tene

Omer Tene is currently Vice President of Research and Education at the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Omer is also a tenured professor and vice dean of the Israeli College of Management School of Law. Omer is a world-renowned privacy scholar and a consultant to businesses, governments, and international organizations on various aspects of U.S., European and Israeli privacy, data protection and cybersecurity law. He is an affiliate scholar at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society and a senior fellow at the Future of Privacy Forum. He served as rapporteur to the OECD in its review of the 1980 Privacy Guidelines and headed the steering committee for the 32nd annual conference of privacy and data protection commissioners. Omer has a JD and LLM from New York University School of Law, and has been with the Information Privacy Summer Institute since its inception in 2012.

 

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