June 19, 2012
Chief Privacy Officer
Lydia Payne-Johnson is chief privacy officer with Freddie Mac in McLean, Va. As CPO, she leads a team responsible for designing and implementing effective enterprise-wide governance, policies, controls, training and awareness programs, and incident response.
For the past 13 years, she has been a chief privacy officer in both the financial services and health care industries, having worked in that role at Morgan Stanley, Verispan and CIT Group. In addition, Payne-Johnson worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers and was a manager in the firm's Financial Services Risk and Regulatory practice group. She has extensive knowledge of global privacy and data protection laws and regulations as well as experience implementing privacy governance programs, training and awareness programs, incident response methodologies, data classification schemes and assessing privacy risk. Prior to her work in data privacy, she spent 18 years in financial services marketing, primarily as senior vice president, director of global advertising with Morgan Stanley Dean Witter.
Payne-Johnson holds a Bachelor of Arts in music from Hunter College and a JD from New York Law School. She earned a certificate from the Securities Industry Institute at the Wharton School. She is a certified information privacy professional, who has been an active member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals since 2000, is well-known as a subject-matter expert and has authored a number of articles and white papers on privacy compliance and data protection.
Chief Privacy Officer
Jim McFadden joined Capital One in 2007 and serves as the chief privacy officer and vice president managing the company's U.S. and Canada privacy office. McFadden has more than 37 years of experience in the financial industry, to include 15 years with the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia as a senior bank examiner in safety and soundness and consumer compliance.
From 1987 through 1995, McFadden served as executive vice president and chief operating officer for Constitution Bank in Philadelphia before joining MBNA in 1995. While at MBNA, he served as a compliance officer in their Credit Card operations, Consumer Finance division, and Corporate Compliance. McFadden played a key role in creating and managing MBNA's privacy program beginning in 2000.
McFadden has a B.S. from Villanova University and an MBS from Drexel University. He has a certification in U.S. and Canadian privacy (CIPP, CIPP/C) and is an active member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
Chief Privacy Officer
Anna Slomovic has spent her career at the intersection of policy, technology and business operations. She has a broad range of privacy-related interests and experience, including digital identity, medical privacy, privacy of genetic information, privacy issues raised by new technologies and analytic methodologies, such as biometrics, radio-frequency identification (RFID) devices, data mining and the use of watch lists.
Slomovic became the chief privacy officer of Equifax after Equifax acquired Anakam. Prior to joining Anakam, Slomovic was chief privacy officer of Revolution Health, a consumer-facing health care company. She has led and served on multi-disciplinary working groups, including the Authoring Committee of the National Standard for Identity Verification, Health Information Technology Council for the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Secure Flight Working Group for the Transportation Security Administration.
Deputy Privacy Officer
Richard Weaver, CIPP, is deputy privacy officer at comScore Inc., a global leader in measuring the digital world and the preferred source of digital marketing intelligence. Weaver represents comScore at many privacy organizations including the Future of Privacy Forum, the Online Trust Alliance and TRUSTe.
Weaver joined comScore in 2010 after serving as vice president for trust and safety at Kikin Inc., which produced a browser app to display personalized Internet content. Prior to kikin, Weaver was director of network quality assurance at AOL; in his eight years at AOL, he worked on privacy, kids/teens and general policy issues. Weaver began his Internet career after three years at CNN Headline News. He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University.