Cylance is proud to announce the promotion of Greg Silberman to Chief Privacy Officer, where he will oversee the implementation and enforcement of practices that manage data with the goal of making Cylance a leader in the artificial intelligence and security industries with respect to customer and employee privacy.
As a lawyer, Silberman has over 20 years experience working with companies to develop solutions to address complex business and legal issues at the intersection of intellectual property, privacy, and information security.
“Greg has a unique skill set and deep understanding of both the legal and technology fields, which makes him the ideal candidate to lead our data privacy efforts,” said Malcolm Harkins, Chief Security and Trust Officer at Cylance.
“As we build a global security platform and rapidly expand into the future and new global markets, Greg will help ensure our mission to protect every computer, person and device under the sun.”
Prior to joining Cylance in 2016, Silberman was a partner in the Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection practice group in the Silicon Valley office of Jones Day. Earlier in his career, he served as Intellectual Property Counsel at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
To lear more about Cylance’s commitment to trust and privacy, check out our whitepaper Trust in the Digital Age, our recent article Data Privacy Day and Trust in the Digital Age, and Cylance Ensures Customer Security and Privacy, which discusses how our product handles sensitive customer data.
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