Omar Seghrouchni

President, Morocco's National Commission for the Control of Personal Data Protection (CNDP)

Omar Seghrouchni graduated from EMI (Ecole Mohammedia d’Ingénieurs) in 1986. Then he obtained a postgraduate degree (DEA) in Mathematics and Automation. He also holds a master’s degree in Diplomacy and Strategy, and a master’s degree in Business Intelligence.

His career began in research and teaching, before joining the field of consulting. He managed several major transformation projects in both the private and public sectors in France and Morocco. He evolved in this domain, in France, until 2018 when he was appointed, by the King Mohammed VI, as the president of the two commissions CNDP (Moroccan Data Protection Authority) and CDAI (Right to Information Access Commission).

My Sessions

Panel: A World View on Privacy: Commissioners in Discussion (Sponsored by TrustArc)

In this session we will hear from regulators across several continents about the current state of data privacy and what key issues they are addressing in today's landscape.

Host
  • Ivana Bartoletti, Technical Director, Deloitte, Women Leading in AI and Visiting Policy Fellow, Oxford Internet
Speakers
  • Lori Baker, Vice President, Legal & Director of Data Protection, Dubai International Financial Authority a regulator of financial services
  • Joanne Neary, Assistant Commissioner of Ireland’s Data Protection Commission, One of the world’s leading data protection regulators
  • Samantha Gavel, New South Wales Privacy Commissioner, Information and Privacy Commission
  • Omar Seghrouchni, President, Morocco's National Privacy Commission for the Control of Personal Data Protection (CNDP)