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Assistant General Counsel - Privacy and Cybersecurity
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Assistant General Counsel - Privacy and Cybersecurity The candidate will provide comprehensive support for global legal and security compliance. Drive privacy by design throughout the company's product and service development process. Assist with privacy impact assessments regarding new vendors, products, services, and other company initiatives. Review and negotiate data processing agreements for customers and vendors. Coordinate and manage incident response. Draft responses to customer inquiries related to privacy matters. Manage privacy policies, company guidance, and other privacy-related documentation across brands. Conduct independent research to identify changing global privacy regulations. Identify legal and privacy risks to develop proactive compliance and mitigation recommendations. Advise on privacy policy globally. Support company M&A initiatives, including diligence and integration efforts specific to privacy, cybersecurity, and data protection. Where outside expertise is appropriate, effectively manage outside counsel. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a JD or equivalent and a license to practice law in the United States. Should have 8 years of experience as a practicing attorney advising on privacy and data protection issues for technology companies, including relevant U.S. and international privacy laws (e.g., CCPA and GDPR), and global product security and cybersecurity regulations and industry frameworks (e.g., ISO, NIST CSF, PCI-DSS). Experience drafting and negotiating a variety of privacy-related contracts, especially in relation to technology products and services. CIPP certification preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required: must be comfortable explaining legal principles to leaders and their implications for business practices and procedures. Highly developed business and technical acumen to understand our business and anticipate the nature and magnitude of issues that could arise in various settings. Must be able to see the big picture and effectively prioritize projects based on the level of risk to the organization. Excellent legal research and writing skills; attention to detail a must. Excellent organizational and time-management skills, with an ability to meet tight deadlines on multiple projects in a fast-paced environment. Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of employees and leadership. Ability to handle sensitive situations tactfully yet firmly, to be assertive without being adversarial, and to take unpopular positions when necessary while maintaining trust and credibility. Proficiency with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required; experience with CounselLink a plus.

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