Greg Lypowy



Greg (he/him) is the firm’s Privacy Competency Lead with over 20 years of experience consulting in the healthcare, government and technology domains. Known for being results-focused, thorough and reliable, and for his attention to detail, Greg’s work on numerous provincially, federally and internationally sponsored initiatives have given him a strong mix of business and technology skills. He has considerable experience in privacy impact assessment, business process analysis and redesign, requirements definition and analysis, health informatics, digital identity, privacy policy development and privacy training.

His focus on privacy assessment and policy analysis have given him a thorough understanding of the important role that privacy (and security) must play as citizen-centred services move into the digital realm. Greg’s ongoing research interests include exploring issues related to privacy for vulnerable and marginalized populations.

Greg holds a Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) from the University of Calgary, a Master of Health Informatics from Dalhousie University, and is a Certified Expert in Business Process Modelling (BPMN). He was designated as a Privacy by Design Ambassador by former Information and Privacy Commissioner for Ontario, Dr. Ann Cavoukian, and is working to build privacy awareness and knowledge locally and nationally through his work as Co-Founder, past Co-Chair and Organizational Committee Member of the IAPP’s Halifax KnowledgeNet chapter.