Ex-IBM Privacy Officer on Preparing for the Future of Cybersecurity
30 November 2012Corporate Counsel
On a recent Friday morning in Manhattan, Hogan Lovells partner Harriet Pearson has just finished presenting at the firm's annual global client forum at the Harvard Club. The event is part of Pearson’s new life as a firm attorney. She joined Hogan in June after almost two decades serving a single client: IBM, where in 2000 she became one of the first-ever chief privacy officers in the Fortune 500.
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