|Location||New York, NY|
|Date Posted||May 26, 2021|
COMPANY Trust and Regulatory Advisor will be a member of our COMPANY Global Security Chief Trust Office Organization. Our team is made up of an international group spanning 4 continents enabling the trustful digital transformation of our clients.
EXPECTATIONS AND TASKS
As the COMPANY Global Security, Trust and Regulatory Advisor, you will:
- Identify, create and implement best practices around trust and data privacy
- Provide global regulatory, legal, security and privacy advice and input on business projects and initiatives
- Conduct impact assessments and monitoring risk mitigation measures
- Draft and review documents including third party vendor agreements to include security controls, data transfer agreements, and other notices and policies.
- Substantive security and data governance experience and an in-depth knowledge of U.S. and EU statutes – including GDPR, CCPA
- Experience providing legal advice regarding security, sharing of information, privacy, data-sharing, and related regulatory issues
- Providing legal advice regarding compliance requirements and opportunities for improvement of policies
- Working with and advising business and compliance clients directly, as well as providing guidance and practical solutions
- Provide support for data privacy and security incidents, government engagements, law enforcement demands, and internal investigations
- Monitor applicable global laws, regulatory developments, and accreditation standards and help translate them into clear, concise, and actionable guidance for various business teams
- Document, analyze, and communicate risks and possible repercussions associated with privacy-related matters to make drive data-driven decisions throughout the company
- Ensures compliance with security practices and consistent application of sanctions for failure to comply with policies
- Communicate to leadership key risks and areas of program improvement, as well as coordinating improvement efforts
- Identify training needs within the Chief Trust Office Organization; Develop and deliver training through various mechanisms including written materials, classroom and staff presentations.
- Completion of law school with a J.D. or L.L.B. degree and admission to the bar of at least one jurisdiction in the United States required.
- At least 10-15 years of experience as a practicing attorney, 5+ years’ experience as a practicing attorney on security, data privacy and data protection issues
- Familiarity of data protection laws and regulations, specifically HIPAA, GDPR, PIPEDA, CCPA and other federal, state, and international laws and regulations, or experience working in applicable industries preferred
- CIPP/US or CIPP/EU certification preferred
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Ability to assess risk strategically and help clients find solutions that enable them to mitigate risk while achieving their goals
- Program/project management skills, including the ability to handle and prioritize multiple projects
- Strong understanding of software technology and cloud services, associated business models, and technology industry trends preferred
- Possess exceptional interpersonal and communication skills including verbal, written presentation and listening.
- Experience in working in a distributed project setup across geographical locations
- Excellent communication, presentation, independent decision making and networking skills
- Experience in handling customers and driving innovation
- Must possess Problem Solving skills