Keith Enright is Senior Privacy Counsel at Google, where he leads the Internet company's global privacy legal team. He joined Google in March 2011 after more than 10 years at high-growth start-ups, large consulting practices and Fortune 500 retail and online services organizations. He has deep experience in creating and implementing programs for privacy, data stewardship and information risk management.
Most recently, Keith served as as Macy's Inc.'s first Chief Privacy Officer and Vice President, Privacy. His responsibilities extended over 800 Macy's and Bloomingdale's brick and mortar locations; Macys.com; Bloomingdales.com; banking operations of Federated Department Stores National Bank and Department Stores National Bank; and corporate support functions such as benefits and payroll administration for a workforce of more than 100,000. Keith served on the Managing Board of the Macy's Credit and Customer Services division.
Before Macy's, Keith served as the first Chief Privacy Officer and Director of Enterprise Information Policy for Limited Brands, Inc. There he oversaw privacy for customer and employee data for Victoria's Secret, Bath and Body Works, Henri Bendel, White Barn Candle Company, C.O. Bigelow and La Senza, including their websites and more than 4,000 retail locations.
Previously, he was a Senior Consultant with IBM Business Consulting Services, where he served as Privacy Technology Lead for its Public Sector Security, Privacy and Wireless practice. Prior to joining IBM, Keith was the General Counsel and Vice President of ISP Relations for AdKnowledge, during which time he served as a charter member of the Steering Committee of the Email Service Provider's Coalition and the Email Authentication Implementers Group.
Keith serves on the Board of Directors of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, as well as a number of industry advisory boards. He is frequently a featured speaker at industry events focusing on privacy and IT Security. He regularly briefs legislators and regulators from around world on issues relating to privacy and technology. He holds the Certified Information Privacy Professional, US, and Government (CIPP/US, CIPP/G) certifications.