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TORONTO, Jan. 5, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nymity, a leading provider of accountability, risk, and compliance privacy solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of Teresa Troester-Falk as Chief Global Privacy Strategist, a newly created role located in Colorado, USA. This escalates Nymity's commitment to develop innovative approaches to compliance in an increasingly complex regulatory environment of new privacy laws and regulations, increased enforcement, higher expectations from Data Protection Authorities, and new expectations for reporting requirements – an environment where organizations are expected to move beyond the compliance checklist approach.
Terry McQuay, President of Nymity Inc., commented, "I am delighted to welcome Teresa to the Nymity team. I have known Teresa for many years and am confident that her 11+ plus years of navigating both the legal and management sides of privacy compliance will be an asset for Nymity and our customers. As Nymity's Chief Global Privacy Strategist, Teresa will understand the challenges of the privacy office, both in the USA and globally, to help Nymity build the best solutions and strategies for the future. This includes further developing Nymity's Privacy Management Accountability Framework™, leading Nymity's work in accountability metrics and demonstrating accountability. "
Commenting on her new role, Teresa said, "I'm excited to be joining Nymity as a long-time PrivaWorks® customer. I have always been impressed with Nymity's unique approach to privacy and data protection compliance solutions. Nymity is constantly innovating and developing smart operational tools to help privacy officers create, manage, and maintain a privacy program from end to end and to implement and demonstrate accountability. Nymity has emerged as a true thought leader in our industry. It will be my pleasure to merge my experience as a privacy professional with Nymity's leadership to meet the needs of future generations of the privacy office and regulators, as well as build upon Nymity's market-leading solutions and research. "
Teresa joins Nymity from Nielsen (NYSE:NLSN) where she served over four years as Associate General Counsel (Privacy). At Nielsen, she expanded the global privacy program and initiated and led global and regional privacy and data protection programs and strategies, driving the relationships across internal and external stakeholders to advance the company's privacy agenda. Teresa regularly speaks at privacy events and has served on several privacy, as well as market research, committees and councils for various industry associations and think tanks. Prior to Nielsen, Teresa developed and led the privacy program at Epsilon, following her role as a privacy compliance associate at DoubleClick. Before beginning her career in privacy, Teresa practiced international trade law and was a research attorney. She will remain located in Colorado, USA.
Nymity, a global accountability, risk, and compliance privacy solutions provider at the forefront of compliance innovation has been a leader for over 12 years. Recognized for its pioneering technologies that deliver proven research methodologies and compliance software solutions, Nymity is committed to helping organizations manage their privacy programs with value-added products and services. International organizations all over the world in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific rely on Nymity's accountability, risk, and compliance privacy software solutions, empowering them to comply with confidence. For more information please visit www.nymity.com.
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