Jeff Brueggeman is Vice President-Public Policy and Deputy Chief Privacy Officer for AT&T. In this role, he is responsible for developing and coordinating AT&T’s public policy positions on privacy, cybersecurity and Internet issues.
Jeff leads the team that manages AT&T’s privacy policies and provides guidance on data privacy and security issues. He supports AT&T’s business in the operation of its global Internet network and deployment of cloud computing and other emerging services.
Jeff participates in a wide range of legislative, regulatory and policy development proceedings involving privacy, cybersecurity and Internet issues. In addition, he represents AT&T in various international events and organizations related to Internet governance, including the Internet Governance Forum and ICANN.
For the past four years, Jeff has been an active participant in a wide range of Internet governance activities, including the UN Public Consultation on Enhanced Cooperation, the East Africa IGF and the ICANN Security, Stability and Resiliency Review Team.
Prior to joining AT&T, Jeff worked as a telecommunications attorney in private practice. He holds a law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law and a B.A. degree in Journalism from the University of Minnesota.
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