A Fellow of Information Privacy and a staunch advocate of Data Protection, Nader Henein brings over two decades of tactical experience in the architecture, hands-on development and management of secure, scalable solutions.
Mr. Henein has worked in a wide range of organizations from startups to multinationals allowing for both depth and breadth of experience focused on enabling business without compromise of corporate security or individual privacy.
Over the better part of the past decade he focused on understanding the core drivers behind data protection regulation and translating them into "practical privacy" for clients so that their business offerings can be the safest place for their customers to come and transact. He views the GDPR and similar regimes as an opportunity to regain control and differentiate in crowded market.
With BlackBerry, Mr. Henein spent the better part of a decade working hand in hand with clients across a wide range of verticals to remediate privacy and security challenges brought on by an ever increasing technology adoption cadence.
Regional Director, Cybersecurity Consulting Practice
Emitac Mobile Solutions
Director, Mobile Security & Value Added Services
Security and Risk Management Leaders
Marketing Data and Analytics
Corporate Legal and Compliance Technologies (retired)
Technology, Information and Resilience Risk
Privacy Program Management
Data Science Micro Master's Degree, University of California, San Diego, U.S., Ongoing
Cybersecurity Micro Master's Degree, Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, U.S.
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science, American University in Cairo, Egypt
1Translating governance models such as the GDPR or e-privacy regulation into clear operational processes with minimal friction
2Supporting service providers (processors) in achieving GDPR readiness
3Finding practical, scalable solutions to challenging regulatory requirements
4Embedding privacy and data protection into the risk management fabric of an organization
5Aligning privacy with business targets so that change is organic rather than forced