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Tracy L. Lechner leads Brownstein’s Cybersecurity and Technology Transactions, Licensing, Advanced Media and Privacy practice groups. With more than a decade of in-house experience, Tracy has a unique, inside understanding of the complexities that organizations face in monetizing their data and protecting their assets. She has provided strategic legal advice across corporate sales, marketing, real estate, finance, digital, information technology and human resources departments. At Brownstein, Tracy uses her extensive knowledge of privacy and security regulations to advise clients on matters spanning a wide swath of industries, including but not limited to technology, media, health care, gaming, real estate and financial technology. Tracy assists clients in developing privacy and cybersecurity programs; structuring complex technology, media and advertising transactions;and responding to data security breach incidents.
Tracy is a respected and highly sought-after thought leader in media, technology, privacy and information security issues. She is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and is accredited by IAPP as a certified information privacy professional in the United States (CIPP/US). She serves as the co-chair of Denver/Boulder IAPP KnowledgeNet and is an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado School of Law.
Craig is the managing director of AgeLight LLC, a professional services firm focused on promoting security and privacy as the foundation of trust. Craig is an international leader advancing best practices to enhance IoT security, privacy and safety. He chairs the Online Trust & Integrity Council and IoT Trust Working group and is the Chairman Emeritus of the Online Trust Alliance, now an Internet Society initiative. Craig is a recognized authority focused on the convergence of privacy and security promoting ethical privacy practices, end-to-end security. Craig is a champion of best practices to help protect consumers, promote innovation and the role of meaningful self-regulation. Prior to OTA, Prior Craig spent over a decade at Microsoft focused on digital marketing, security and privacy enhancing technologies and standards.