Department highlights Data Privacy Day

The Department of State’s Privacy staff in the Office of Global Information Services (A/GIS/PRV) including (from left) John C. Sullivan, deputy assistant secretary of A/GIS; Salome Tewelde, program manager; Cenita Baham, program manager; Christina Mims, acting director; Daisha Morris, analyst; Angela Codjoe, analyst; Celeste Houser-Jackson, consultant; and Zachary Segal, analyst, recognized Data Privacy Day with an information booth in the HST Exhibit Hall, Jan. 28. This internationally recognized annual event is held to raise awareness and promote privacy and data protection best practices. Staff members of A/GIS/PRV handed out resources and engaged with Department employees regarding privacy requirements and best practices for handling personally identifiable information. 

Photo by Luis A. Jimenez Jr.

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