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Camilla Winlo

Head of Data Privacy

Camilla is an experienced leader of data privacy consultancy teams. Key achievements include winning Best Privacy by Design at the DMA Awards and Best Data Ethics and Privacy Initiative at the DataIQ awards, both for work with WarnerMedia and DQM GRC. In 2022, Camilla was named as one of the top 100 Women in Tech. Camilla is on the Data and Marketing Association’s Governance Committee and AI Taskforce and the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ Publications Advisory Board. 

She is a regular public speaker noted for her commercial, pragmatic and strategic view of data privacy issues. Prior to moving into data privacy, she was a senior marketer and part of the leadership teams that launched three new financial services brands to market in response to regulatory change. Camilla has a decade of experience of commercialising regulatory change, including as part of the leadership team developing and launching three new financial services businesses. She specialises in data protection, privacy by design, compliance and regulation as well as marketing, financial services and professional services compliance. In her spare time, Camilla is on the committee for BYSA, which promotes and supports young British talent in a niche sport. 

Latest Thoughts By Camilla Winlo

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    ICO issues warnings on unauthorised data sharing

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    Case Study

    ePrivacy for a Major High Street Bank