Hogan Lovells Partner Christopher Wolf Receives IAPP Privacy Vanguard Award
01 October 2015
WASHINGTON, 1 October 2015 – Hogan Lovells is proud to announce that Christopher Wolf, global co-head of the firm’s Privacy and Information Management practice, is the recipient of this year’s International Association of Privacy Professionals’ (IAPP) Privacy Vanguard Award.
Wolf was honored for his work as a trailblazer in privacy law. “Chris Wolf epitomizes a privacy vanguard. His commitment to internet privacy brought awareness to an aspect of the industry previously un-thought of,” said J. Trevor Hughes, president and CEO of the IAPP. “He continues to grow the industry through his investment in both law and academia.”
One of the first lawyers in the United States to focus full-time on privacy law, Wolf helps clients on the entire spectrum of domestic and international privacy and data security issues they face. He is also the founder and chair of the Future of Privacy Forum, a think tank devoted to advancing responsible data practices.
The IAPP Privacy Vanguard Award highlights a privacy professional who showcases leadership, innovation and knowledge of privacy and data protection. The recipient positively impacts the privacy industry through personal and communal achievements throughout their career.