Timothy Nagle

Chief Privacy Counsel Prudential FinancialConnect

Expert in cyber security, privacy, data analysis and protection based on experience gained over fifteen years in different roles. Provided policy direction and legal counsel to information security and data management organizations for a global financial services company on the cutting edge of cyber issues. Adept at working with government national security, intelligence or law enforcement agencies on information operations or security issues. Easily moves between government and the private sector in the evolving areas of cyber law, policy and technology. 

As in house counsel, had responsibility for drafting and negotiation of information security, privacy and business continuity provisions of transactional, client and and online agreements. Policy advisor on enterprise information security and privacy standards and practices to include compliance with Gramm Leach Bliley Act and related regulatory guidance, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Federal Information Security Management Act, and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards. Experienced in the areas of electronic/cyber forensics, misuse or compromise of confidential information, credit card mass compromise, sophisticated fraud activity, and privacy breaches. Involved in coordination of investigation and response with federal and local law enforcement and other government agencies Have advised on global use of encryption, compliance with authentication guidance, network security and penetration testing, access to social media, monitoring of employees, offshoring and compliance with national data privacy rules. Served as a member of standing enterprise privacy breach governance, investigation, response and regulatory reporting team.