Marc Groman, an internationally recognized expert in privacy and information risk management, advises senior leaders in both business and government on complex, data-driven initiatives. Marc helps clients implement global privacy programs, launch new products and services, conduct due diligence on potential partners, assess privacy risk, and respond to data security incidents. He also advises clients on policy, compliance, and enforcement matters related to the Federal Trade Commission and other government agencies. In addition, Marc teaches data breach response at Georgetown Law School, and is actively engaged in the policy debate on federal privacy legislation in the U.S.
Marc currently serves on the Privacy Advisory Panel of the National Security Agency, the Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and several other boards. He has received numerous awards and honors in the field of privacy, including the International Association of Privacy Professionals' 2017 Leadership Award. He is a graduate of Tufts University and Harvard Law School.
Marc is a frequent speaker on issues relating to privacy, technology, and innovation, and conducts highly customized seminars and tabletop exercises for executives. In 2018, Marc launched a highly successful, original podcast, Their Own Devices. This weekly podcast tackles the diverse challenges MTV parents face raising YouTube kids.