Nymity Announces the Appointment of Constantine Karbaliotis as Vice President of Privacy Office Solutions
Toronto, Canada - Nymity, a leading provider of accountability, risk, and compliance privacy solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of Constantine Karbaliotis as Vice President of Privacy Office Solutions. The announcement supports Nymity’s increased footprint in the global compliance software market and further establishes Nymity as one of the leading providers of accountability, compliance, and risk solutions for the privacy office.
Terry McQuay, President of Nymity Inc., commented, "I am delighted that Constantine is joining Nymity’s solutions team. Constantine is a highly-experienced legal practice solutions advisor, and brings a strong track record of privacy management, which are core strengths of Nymity. Constantine's appointment is a clear demonstration of both our commitment to the privacy compliance market and our ability to attract the industry's top talent to complement our existing array of research and solutions for the privacy office that support the growing needs of our customers."
Commenting on his new role, Constantine said, "I'm very excited to be joining Nymity as I have been a long-time customer, and have always been impressed with Nymity’s understanding of privacy professionals’ needs. I look forward to bringing my experience as a privacy officer to the expansion of Nymity’s solutions for the privacy office, and building upon its market-leading products and research."
Constantine joins Nymity from Mercer, where he served as global chief privacy officer and spent the past four years managing the company’s internal compliance and development and implementation of privacy programs, policies, and initiatives. Constantine also regularly speaks internationally at privacy events. Prior to Mercer, Constantine led the global privacy compliance program at Symantec, following his role as an executive consultant at CGI leading its privacy and security practice in Toronto. Constantine holds a J.D. from Queen's University at Kingston, Ontario and was called to the Bar of the Province of Ontario in 1986.