As the narrative surrounding data privacy moves towards the issues of trust and ethics, it’s no longer sufficient for businesses to focus purely on compliance. In this article published in CEO Today Magazine, Ken Mortensen, our Data Protection Officer, delves into the complexities of GDPR application and public perception. He also explores what exactly businesses have been doing over the past 18 months to ensure data remains compliant with new regulation, ranging from the creation of specialist roles, to the use of governance frameworks and creating a culture of accountability.


Ken Mortensen

Data Protection Officer Global Trust and Privacy, InterSystems. As an attorney and engineer, Ken Mortensen is a privacy and security professional with over 20 years of legal and over 30 years of IT experience. Based in Cambridge, Mass., Ken currently leads Global Trust and Privacy at InterSystems as the Data Protection Officer. He works globally across the company to enhance information privacy, governance, and cyber risk processes. Before InterSystems, Ken served in a number of chief privacy and security roles at PwC, CVS Health, and Boston Scientific.

Published by Ken Mortensen

Data Protection Officer Global Trust and Privacy, InterSystems. As an attorney and engineer, Ken Mortensen is a privacy and security professional with over 20 years of legal and over 30 years of IT experience. Based in Cambridge, Mass., Ken currently leads Global Trust and Privacy at InterSystems as the Data Protection Officer. He works globally across the company to enhance information privacy, governance, and cyber risk processes. Before InterSystems, Ken served in a number of chief privacy and security roles at PwC, CVS Health, and Boston Scientific.