Vivienne is Managing Director and Chief Privacy Officer at the London Stock Exchange Group, leading the global Privacy Office and overseeing global privacy strategy and practice.
Previously, Vivienne was the Chief Privacy Office at Refinitiv and Thomson Reuters, and Managing Director and Global Head of Privacy Legal & Head of International for the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Group at Citi. Prior to joining Citi in 2000, Vivienne worked in private practice in London.
Vivienne chairs the International Regulatory Strategy Group Data Working Group, is on TheCityUK EU Technical Advisory Group, and is the Vice Chair on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Vivienne is also on the Business and Law Advisory Board of St Mary’s University, the Alumni Advisory Board of Pembroke College Oxford University, and is on the Founding Editorial Board for the Journal of AI and Ethics. Vivienne was recognised in the 2019 PrivSec200 list of privacy and security professionals across Europe.
Vivienne is on the Advisory Board of Women in Banking and Finance, having been President and CEO from 2017-2020. Vivienne is a recognized gender champion and leader having been awarded the Champion for Women Award at the Women in Banking and Finance Awards for Achievement 2016. Vivienne received the 2019 WeAreTheCity Rising Star Editor’s Choice Award in recognition of her tireless efforts in the diversity space, and as an individual who is pushing for change within her industry. Vivienne placed in the top 20 Executive Women Role Models in the HERoes List 2020, was awarded Woman Solicitor of the Year in the Law Society Excellence Awards in 2020, and has many years of experience leading a broad range of diversity initiatives and groups both within firms and across sectors. Vivienne was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours in 2021 for services to financial services and gender diversity.
The world’s first academia and industry-led research that has been conducted to map employee privacy culture attitudes and behaviours across the spectrum of privacy domains and controls. An authoritative 24-page, 2021 Report highlights some of the key challenges facing DPOs/CPOs when it comes to embedding a culture of privacy across their organisation, some of these unique insights include:
- Nearly a third of employees are not confident that Data is deleted or anonymised once it has been used for its original purpose.
- One fifth of employees do not believe their organisation is open and transparent about how it uses the personal data of its stakeholders.
- 1 in 4 employees do not know the difference between Personal Data and Sensitive Personal Data.
For those of you familiar with our Global Privacy Maturity Framework, our survey tool, Culture Horizon, utilises the same 12 domains–or global privacy principles (i.e. NIST, CCPA, GDPR, OECD) – to measure the cultures of privacy. With over 3,000 anonymous participants from over 52 countries and across the whole gamut of sectors, roles, and functions, this truly is the first and the most thorough snapshot of privacy culture to date.
Today, we have invited the survey respondents to answer some questions about the survey results and obtain their unique and unparalleled experience on the topic of embedding a culture of privacy.
Host: Steve Wright, Partner, Privacy Culture
Vickie Guilloit, Partner, Privacy Culture
Emma Martins, Data Protection Commissioner, Bailiwick of Guernsey
Vivienne Artz OBE, Chief Privacy Officer, LSEG
Antonis Patrikios, Partner, Dentons