Judy Hopkins is a lawyer in the Data and Digital Law Practice Group of U.S. Businesses Law at Prudential Financial. In this role, Ms. Hopkins advises the U.S. Customer Office and other businesses on digital initiatives, such as big data, predictive underwriting, data analytics algorithmic models, electronic communications and delivery, marketing, and various initiatives designed to engage customers and improve their experience across Prudential.
Prior to joining Prudential in February 2016, Ms. Hopkins spent sixteen years at New York Life Insurance Company. Her principal responsibility was advising the various businesses on the array of federal and state privacy and data protection laws that impact the financial services industry, such as the GLBA, HIPAA, FCRA, state security breach notification laws, Cyber Security, Social Media privacy, Do Not Call, and CAN-SPAM. In addition, Ms. Hopkins was counsel for AML, OFAC and FCPA matters as well as the lead product attorney for New York Life’s suite of long-term care insurance and chronic illness accelerated death benefit products. Ms. Hopkins also supported the Office of Governmental Affairs as a state lobbyist focusing on privacy/cyber issues, agent licensing, group insurance, risk classification, and long-term care insurance and participated in federal lobbying activities regarding breach notification, cyber and the Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule.
Head of Legal, Haven Life
Areas of Practice
Privacy & Data Security
Insurance and Financial Services
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