As a senior associate in the global Privacy and Information Management practice of Hogan Lovells, Lilly Taranto has in-depth knowledge in advising major international and domestic companies on cross-border data transfers including binding corporate rules, employee monitoring, e-marketing, data security breaches, online privacy and general data protection compliance issues. Lilly focuses in running large multi-jurisdictional data privacy projects involving more than 80 countries in the travel, entertainment, technology, telecom, pharmaceutical, finance and retail sectors.
Member of the IAPP with Certified Information Privacy Professional (Europe) (CIPP/E) status Lilly has written many articles and is also one of the authors of the IAPP's 'European Privacy: Law and Practice for Data Protection Professionals'.
Lilly is bi-lingual (English and Italian), but Italian is her mother language.
Areas of Focus
Carrying out privacy impact assessments on the products of a cutting-edge technology company.
Advising and coordinating the advice of local counsel on international data transfers for a financial services company operating in over 80 countries.
Advising and coordinating the advice of local counsel on employee monitoring and e-marketing for a travel company, operating globally.
Drafting and negotiating data processing and data sharing agreements.
Drafting global consumer facing privacy policies for multinational travel companies.
Drafting policies on data retention, BYOD, employee monitoring, cookies, data security and acceptable use.
Drafting data transfer agreements and coordinating their submission/approval by national Data Protection Authorities.
Carrying out data protection audits for companies operating in the financial, technology and retail sectors.