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Katherine T. Fithen

Chief Privacy Officer

The Coca-Cola Company

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The Coca-Cola Company

One Coca Cola Plaza

Atlanta, Georgia,30313

United States

Company Description

The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO) is the world's largest beverage company, refreshing consumers with more than 500 sparkling and still brands and more than 3,800 beverage choices. Led by Coca-Cola, one of the world's most valuable and recognizable brands, our c...more

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Chief Information Security Officer Archives - Argyle Journal

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featuring Katherine Fithen Katherine Fithen, Chief Privacy Officer for The Coca Cola Company, discussed how to talk to business about privacy and security as a competitive advantage.


Security Leaders Summit | IT Security Leaders

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Lael Bellamy, Chief Privacy Officer at the Weather Company and Katherine Fithen, Chief Privacy Officer from The Coca-Cola Company, were interviewed in the session, "Conversations with Execs in the Corner Office.
Katherine Fithen Chief Privacy Officer Katherine Fithen has more than 20 years in the Information Security and privacy field. Katherine is currently the Chief Privacy Officer for The Coca-Cola Company. The Global Privacy Program encompasses the laws and regulations of 205+ countries and addresses the privacy requirements for internal (e.g., employee) and external (e.g., consumer) personal data. As the CPO, she leads the Privacy Council - a global cross-functional team that works together to review new/updated laws & regulations to determine implications to The Coca-Cola Company.K atherine is a speaker at many privacy and information security conferences. She is a member of the Ponemon Institute RIM Council, and on the Board of Directors for The Coca-Cola Company Family Federal Credit Union leading the Security & Technology Committee. Prior to the CPO role, Katherine created and built the computer forensics and incident response teams for The Coca-Cola Company. Katherine is a leader in Coca-Cola's women's linc organization and she works closely with WIT (Women in Technology). She has also served as a mentor to at least one woman every year at The Coca-Cola Company. Before coming to The Coca-Cola Company, Katherine was a Senior Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP and was a leader in developing the Cybercrime Prevention and Response service where PwC consulted with companies to build their own CPR team - including computer forensics and incident response capabilities. Prior to her PwC consulting, Katherine was the Manager of the CERT(c) at Carnegie Mellon University, where she led the development of more than 90 CERT teams globally and the development of vulnerability analysis partnership between CERT and technology vendors. She grew the CERT team from 10 people to 40. In 1999, Katherine testified before Congress on the Melissa virus and gave more than 2,000 interviews (TV, radio, newspapers, and magazines) over her time at CERT. Katherine Fithen Chief Privacy Officer The Coca-Cola Company Katherine Fithen has more than 20 years in the Information Security and privacy field. Katherine is currently the Chief Privacy Officer for The Coca-Cola Company. The Global Privacy Program encompasses the laws and regulations of 205+ countries and addresses the privacy requirements for internal (e.g., employee) and external (e.g., consumer) personal data. As the CPO, she leads the Privacy Council - a global cross-functional team that works together to review new/updated laws & regulations to determine implications to The Coca-Cola Company.K atherine is a speaker at many privacy and information security conferences. She is a member of the Ponemon Institute RIM Council, and on the Board of Directors for The Coca-Cola Company Family Federal Credit Union leading the Security & Technology Committee. Prior to the CPO role, Katherine created and built the computer forensics and incident response teams for The Coca-Cola Company. Katherine is a leader in Coca-Cola's women's linc organization and she works closely with WIT (Women in Technology). She has also served as a mentor to at least one woman every year at The Coca-Cola Company. Before coming to The Coca-Cola Company, Katherine was a Senior Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP and was a leader in developing the Cybercrime Prevention and Response service where PwC consulted with companies to build their own CPR team - including computer forensics and incident response capabilities. Prior to her PwC consulting, Katherine was the Manager of the CERT(c) at Carnegie Mellon University, where she led the development of more than 90 CERT teams globally and the development of vulnerability analysis partnership between CERT and technology vendors. She grew the CERT team from 10 people to 40. In 1999, Katherine testified before Congress on the Melissa virus and gave more than 2,000 interviews (TV, radio, newspapers, and magazines) over her time at CERT. The business challenges and the dynamics of change are forcing security and privacy leaders to rethink their roles and what success means to their organizations and to their businesses. As the leadership role of security organizations continue to evolve at a rapid pace with expanded responsibilities, the value delivered by these organizations is becoming increasingly critical to the success of the enterprise. Successful leaders are taking the long view of their role as they develop strategies to help enable their businesses to move quicker, positively impact the bottom, and ensure the protection of its assets, customers, and their brands. In this interview session, Lael Bellamy, Chief Privacy Officer at the Weather Company and Katherine Fithen, Chief Privacy Officer from The Coca-Cola Company, will discuss how they plan to deliver increasing value to their organizations, what it will take to get there, and what they expect to accomplish


Board of Directors & Committees

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Seme4 | Nigel Shadbolt talks at the Big Data World Europe conference

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Other eminent speakers included Katherine Fithen, Chief Privacy Officer at the Coca Cola Company, Michel Floyd, CTO at YouGov, Sarah Phenix, Head of the Group Privacy Programme at Barclays, and Iain Welsh, Head of Information Delivery at RBS.


How Coca­-Cola Takes a Refreshing Approach to Big Data - Revenue Analytics

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On a blog post by Computer Weekly, Katherine Fithen, Chief Privacy Officer at Coca-Cola, explained that "in the US it is not creepy that the grocery store knows what we buy.


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