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VP, Corporate Counsel, Data and Privacy

San Francisco CA VP, Corporate Counsel, Data and Privacy The candidate will support the Data and Privacy Law unit of the Law department. Will provide legal advice to ensure the company's practices with regard to personal information of customers and employees comply with applicable domestic privacy laws and regulations including GLBA, HIPAA, FCRA, and state insurance privacy laws as well as company policies and practices. Provide advice, negotiate, and draft privacy and data security provisions for business transactions and initiatives, including vendor and third party service provider contracts. Partner with stakeholders across the enterprise to develop and implement data governance policies and practices. Follow and keep apprised of privacy legal developments, understand and interpret existing and proposed federal and state privacy laws and regulations, including the ability to evaluate and draft legislative proposals and language. Provide legal advice concerning privacy incidents and compliance with state and Hitech Act breach notification laws. Advise on cutting edge privacy-related technology issues, including online websites and advertising, mobile devices, and social media. Provide advice on international privacy law and data security matters to support the company's multinational business units, including cross border data transfers in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, data breaches, multinational business transactions and contracts, privacy-related technology issues, and ensuring the company's practices with regard to personal information of international customers and employees comply with applicable international laws and regulations.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with 10+ years of experience in a law firm or an in-house corporate law department with emphasis in privacy law; and be admitted in NJ or eligible for in-house counsel licensing. Financial services/insurance industry experience is preferred. Should have comfort with handling a wide variety of work and a commitment to transforming and modernizing business practices. Strong knowledge of federal and state privacy laws, regulations, and regulator guidelines including GLBA, FCRA, HIPAA, state financial/insurance privacy laws, and state security breach laws is essential. Strong knowledge of international privacy and data protection laws and regulations, particularly with regard to cross border transfers is required. Experience with digital and new media technology privacy issues in the online and mobile environment is a must. Experience with privacy issues in business transactions and contracts is ideal. Experience with and/or strong interest in the development and deployment of Artificial Intelligence is desired. Strong writing, analytical, and communication skills are needed. Experience managing outside counsel is required. Should be able to work independently with minimal supervision.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-18

Product And Privacy Counsel

New York City NY Product and Privacy Counsel Duties: Assist in the development, implementation of's data sourcing, compliance and product development programs in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, including major privacy laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and plan for forthcoming laws such as the California CPRA, Colorado Privacy Act, and Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act. Advise on international data sourcing and compliance; work with outside counsel in regions such as Japan, India, Indonesia, China, and Brazil. Draft and negotiate data licenses and other partnership agreements with key strategic vendors that are critical to our business. Provide advice to our strategic partnerships and product teams during the development lifecycle to minimize legal risks, ensure compliance with applicable laws, and advance business goals. Monitor new policy developments that may affect our strategic partnerships and product teams; advise teams on potential impacts. Drive awareness on data privacy and security issues, including development of training, policies, and guidelines that help business stakeholders spot and address data protection and privacy issues as they emerge in development of new products and technologies. Build and enhance the legal team's processes, efficiency, compliance framework and best practices. Serve as the go-to subject matter expert related to privacy, data protection and compliance on calls with customers. Advise cross-functional teams on developing a data governance program. Provide expertise for special projects, including M&As, new product lines, and more. Develop a risk ranking matrix for our strategic partnerships team to gauge where to focus efforts when obtaining new relationships. Create and implement a best-in-class global data privacy & protection program that can scale with the business.

Qualifications: Active membership in good standing with the NY State Bar and/or have the ability to practice in New York state as an in-house attorney and a J.D. or LLM from a top U.S. law school. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Should have 1-3 years of legal experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department (preferred), with a focus on technology transactions and/or privacy and data protection issues. Exceptional communication and stakeholder management skills can convey complex concepts in simple terms. Strong research skills and a history of mastering a topic when advising on it.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2022-01-18

Associate Counsel - Privacy & Data Security

Stevens Point WI Associate Counsel - Privacy & Data Security Duties: Provide advice related to data privacy and information security to internal clients. Collaborate with business areas to assess and advise on the impact of such laws and regulations on Sentry's businesses. Develop guidance on the application, impact, and implementation of applicable privacy and data protection laws. Draft privacy notices, notice of collection, and other required consents. Support app development, e-commerce, and digital marketing relationships by discussing relevant security and privacy matters. Review and make recommendations for negotiating data security provisions with current vendors and assist with onboarding of new vendors. Negotiate privacy considerations in various contracts, including technology agreements involving the sharing of data. Assist commercial attorneys with the privacy-specific elements of standard contract templates, training materials, and legal negotiation playbooks. Review the applicability and sufficiency of existing practices and help redesign programs, resources, and processes consistent with applicable data privacy laws, data security regulations, and best practices. Assist with the response to governmental investigations regarding data security incidents and privacy matters. Advise on Payment Card Industry compliance and standards. Review and advise on implementation of various communication methods, including processes and training materials to ensure compliance with applicable laws such as TCPA, COPPA, and CAN-SPAM. Advise on information governance issues, such as litigation holds, document retention, and destruction policies.

Qualifications: 5+ years of overall legal experience. Experience in Privacy & Data Security preferred. Strong academic background and a JD Degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association. License to practice law. Proven ability to interact effectively with a variety of people. Expertise in a specific area of law utilized in work experience with a law firm, an insurance company, or a corporation.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-13

Associate General Counsel, Privacy

Carlsbad CA Associate General Counsel, Privacy Duties: Advise all levels of the Company in all areas of privacy, including counseling on legal issues and risks, negotiations with third parties, and policies and procedures, using concepts that the business can understand. Draft and negotiate data protection terms that appear in third-party service provider and customer agreements. Coordinate with Viasat's Security Engineering team to ensure operational, administrative, and technical data security measures are appropriately employed across the Company. Draft internal policy documents and develop and administer privacy-related training to employees to meet legal compliance obligations. Support the Viasat People & Culture team on privacy compliance matters applicable to Viasat's international workforce. Audit personal data processing within various lines of business to ensure alignment with approved privacy program requirements. Support the continued development of Viasat's international privacy program including contract templates, personal data recordkeeping, PIAs / DPIAs, and compliance with data protection laws in EMEA, LATAM, and APAC. Provide strategic and hands-on support for the adoption of privacy automation tools to help scale privacy compliance processes globally.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate degree or equivalent with excellent academic credentials. Must have 3-5+ years prior legal experience, preferably in a privacy and compliance in-house practice with a global technology, ISP, or telecom business, or in a law firm serving such companies. An understanding of compliance frameworks (privacy, NIST, ISO, and PCI), consumer law, and telecommunications law. Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written; must be able to ask clear, concise questions involving sophisticated technology to get requisite answers from business partners and Legal Department colleagues. Excellent administrative and interpersonal skills with attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy, together with the ability to run several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure. Ability to take initiative and adapt to changing priorities in a fast-paced corporate environment. When circumstances again allow, the ability and willingness to travel up to 10% of the time. Recognized privacy training and/or certification, including CIPP/US and/or CIPP/E. Experience with contract negotiations, data governance, PIAs/DPIAs, and privacy automation tools, e.g., DSAR processing, data discovery and mapping, etc.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2022-01-13

Associate General Counsel, Privacy

Washington DC Associate General Counsel, Privacy Duties: Advise all levels of the Company in all areas of privacy, including counseling on legal issues and risks, negotiations with third parties, and policies and procedures, using concepts that the business can understand. Draft and negotiate data protection terms that appear in third-party service provider and customer agreements. Coordinate with Viasat's Security Engineering team to ensure operational, administrative, and technical data security measures are appropriately employed across the Company. Draft internal policy documents and develop and administer privacy-related training to employees to meet legal compliance obligations. Support the Viasat People & Culture team on privacy compliance matters applicable to Viasat's international workforce. Audit personal data processing within various lines of business to ensure alignment with approved privacy program requirements. Support the continued development of Viasat's international privacy program including contract templates, personal data recordkeeping, PIAs / DPIAs, and compliance with data protection laws in EMEA, LATAM, and APAC. Provide strategic and hands-on support for the adoption of privacy automation tools to help scale privacy compliance processes globally.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate degree or equivalent with excellent academic credentials. Must have 3-5+ years prior legal experience, preferably in a privacy and compliance in-house practice with a global technology, ISP, or telecom business, or in a law firm serving such companies. An understanding of compliance frameworks (privacy, NIST, ISO, and PCI), consumer law, and telecommunications law. Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written; must be able to ask clear, concise questions involving sophisticated technology to get requisite answers from business partners and Legal Department colleagues. Excellent administrative and interpersonal skills with attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy, together with the ability to run several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure. Ability to take initiative and adapt to changing priorities in a fast-paced corporate environment. When circumstances again allow, the ability and willingness to travel up to 10% of the time. Recognized privacy training and/or certification, including CIPP/US and/or CIPP/E. Experience with contract negotiations, data governance, PIAs/DPIAs, and privacy automation tools, e.g., DSAR processing, data discovery and mapping, etc.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2022-01-13

Senior Corporate Counsel - Privacy

Irvine CA Senior Corporate Counsel - Privacy Duties: Collaborate with the company's product and business teams from the initial stages of product development and beyond to identify potential legal risks and provide risk-mitigation counseling. Maintain an up-to-date understanding of the intersection of global privacy laws and advertising technology, and how the use of cookies, tags, pixels, and other mechanisms customize and personalize digital advertising. Work closely with internal business partners to understand their perspectives, processes, applications, projects, and technologies to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and best practices while guiding them to the successful resolution of projects. Develop privacy-focused global strategies to engage with partners, external organizations, and regulators in support of the company's vision of a thriving, advertising-supported open internet. Educate employees, partners, and clients about current and emerging privacy issues facing the company and the industry.

Qualifications: J.D. degree from ABA-accredited law school. Must be a member in good standing in either CA or NY. 10+ years of legal experience, including significant experience advising on advertising technology matters (in-house experience on advertising technology legal issues is preferred). Expertise in legal issues impacting the digital advertising industry including self-regulatory guidelines, privacy issues, and legislation, consumer protection, and global privacy laws & regulations (such as GDPR, CCPA/CPRA, and other international data protection frameworks). Experience engaging with external organizations or regulators on complex privacy matters. Proficiency with MS Office products. Ability to comprehend and communicate complex issues succinctly and clearly. An adaptable problem-solver who challenges the status quo seeks to make things better and more efficient. Excellent critical thinking skills and great judgment. Decisive, forward-thinking, energetic, and accountable, with a strong work ethic. Ability to work well under pressure with diligence, organization, and minimal supervision, and provide practical, business-friendly advice to clients. Ability to boil complex issues down to the bottom line and provide pragmatic advice that can be operationalized. Builds effective relationships inside and outside the company established on trust, respect and confidence. Someone who is constantly seeking to keep abreast of current events in the wider Privacy community and has a keen interest in the underlying technology we support. Collaborative work style, with the ability to build consensus, and drive for results.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Vice President & Assistant General Counsel Privacy & Information Security

Miami FL Vice President & Assistant General Counsel - Privacy & Information Security Duties: Lead creation of an industry-appropriate privacy and consumer data framework. Work with senior leaders to establish effective, practical controls, including auditing practices, with respect to data collection, management, and storage. Manage a cross-functional committee that sets policies for responsible use of data and oversees an effective data management/information security system. Establish and maintain a system for training employees and contractors and ensuring adherence to policies for responsible use of data. Conduct privacy impact assessments to analyze risks in new or changed business activities. Provide negotiating and contract drafting support to business units that manage customer data. Remain current in legal requirements and best data management practices, resources, and technology solutions, including active engagement with other privacy professionals. Co-chair a cross-functional incident response team with respect to data breaches. Coordinate with senior members of Legal and Communications teams to respond to inquiries from regulators, enforcement agencies, and data protection authorities. Coordinate with Communications team and business units to articulate privacy principles, including regular review and updates to internal and external privacy policies and practices.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Current license to practice law in at least 1 state; eligible to practice in New York or Florida. 12+ years of legal experience, with at least 5 years in privacy. 5+ years of practical experience with digital technology. Significant expertise negotiating and drafting commercial contracts, especially with respect to terms and conditions governing consumer data. Desired Skills & Experience. IAPP certification or deep knowledge of United States privacy laws and regulations. Demonstrated ability to design and build a privacy program. Demonstrated ability to manage privacy and information security incidents and matters. Proven experience articulating and managing privacy and information security across an organization with a number of different business models. Demonstrated organization, facilitation, communication, and presentation skills. Ability to lead a cross-functional team in a fast-paced environment. Highly collaborative individual with ability to influence others and build strong professional relationships, including with technology, business, and legal partners. Strong ability to navigate through barriers to drive successful initiatives throughout the business. Deep experience managing high-stakes issues in a professional, assertive, and proactive manner. Strong organizational skills and ability to handle multiple, cross-functional projects.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Senior Privacy Counsel, Video Security & Access Control

Washington DC Senior Privacy Counsel, Video Security & Access Control Duties: Provide advice and counsel to product teams and business leaders on relevant global privacy and security laws, standards, and policies, including laws around the use of biometrics and artificial intelligence. Conduct assessments of new and existing products and services to advise on the privacy and security compliance implications and develop ways to mitigate compliance vulnerabilities and risks. Provide proactive and creative legal guidance to facilitate the launch of new and innovative products and services while ensuring all privacy and data protection risks are properly mitigated. Serve as data protection subject matter expert in connection with domestic and international sales and legal teams responding to requests for proposals or other customer solicitations. Maintain expertise in global data and privacy laws and advise on the impact to the Company Solutions and its subsidiaries, as well as implications with respect to compliance activities. Develop and provide training to product teams regarding privacy, security, and other compliance best practices and obligations. Develop internal controls and conduct periodic self-assessments to ensure the products and services of the Company. Support security and other teams in responding to any data security incident responses. Collaborate with the government affairs team to engage with privacy regulators as may be required.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate Degree from a top-rated ABA-accredited Law School. Active Member of a State Bar Association with authorization to practice within the state in which the employee works. CIPP/US, CIPP/E, and CIPM certifications are a plus. 7+ years of work experience as an attorney for a private law firm and/or as in-house counsel; direct experience advising global product and engineering teams on integrating privacy and security into new and existing products and services. Strong understanding of technology and law, with a general understanding of cloud industry technologies, IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS. Prior experience advising product teams in connection with the development and use of biometrics and video technologies is preferred.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Senior Privacy Counsel, Video Security & Access Control

Schaumburg IL Senior Privacy Counsel, Video Security & Access Control Duties: Provide advice and counsel to product teams and business leaders on relevant global privacy and security laws, standards, and policies, including laws around the use of biometrics and artificial intelligence. Conduct assessments of new and existing products and services to advise on the privacy and security compliance implications and develop ways to mitigate compliance vulnerabilities and risks. Provide proactive and creative legal guidance to facilitate the launch of new and innovative products and services while ensuring all privacy and data protection risks are properly mitigated. Serve as data protection subject matter expert in connection with domestic and international sales and legal teams responding to requests for proposals or other customer solicitations. Maintain expertise in global data and privacy laws and advise on the impact to the Company Solutions and its subsidiaries, as well as implications with respect to compliance activities. Develop and provide training to product teams regarding privacy, security, and other compliance best practices and obligations. Develop internal controls and conduct periodic self-assessments to ensure the products and services of the Company. Support security and other teams in responding to any data security incident responses. Collaborate with the government affairs team to engage with privacy regulators as may be required.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate Degree from a top-rated ABA-accredited Law School. Active Member of a State Bar Association with authorization to practice within the state in which the employee works. CIPP/US, CIPP/E, and CIPM certifications are a plus. 7+ years of work experience as an attorney for a private law firm and/or as in-house counsel; direct experience advising global product and engineering teams on integrating privacy and security into new and existing products and services. Strong understanding of technology and law, with a general understanding of cloud industry technologies, IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS. Prior experience advising product teams in connection with the development and use of biometrics and video technologies is preferred.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Senior Privacy Counsel, Video Security & Access Control

Chicago IL Senior Privacy Counsel, Video Security & Access Control The candidate will provide advice and counsel to product teams and business leaders on relevant global privacy and security laws, standards and policies, including laws around the use of biometrics and artificial intelligence. Conduct assessments of new and existing products and services to advise on the privacy and security compliance implications and develop ways to mitigate compliance vulnerabilities and risks. Provide proactive and creative legal guidance to facilitate launch of new and innovative products and services while ensuring all privacy and data protection risks are properly mitigated. Serve as data protection subject matter expert in connection with domestic and international sales and legal teams responding to requests for proposals or other customer solicitations. Maintain expertise in global data and privacy laws and advise on the impact to Motorola Solutions and its subsidiaries, as well as implications with respect to compliance activities. Develop and provide training to product teams regarding privacy, security and other compliance best practices and obligations. Develop internal controls and conduct periodic self-assessments to ensure the products and services of Motorola Solutions are supporting customer's compliance obligations with applicable laws, standards and policies as well as own. Support security and other teams in responding to any data security incident responses. Collaborate with the government affairs team to engage with privacy regulators as may be required. Juris Doctorate degree from a top rated ABA accredited law school required. Active member of a State Bar Association with authorization to practice within the state in which the employee works required. 7 years of work experience as an attorney for private law firm and/or as in-house counsel; direct experience advising global product and engineering teams on integrating privacy and security into new and existing products and services required. Strong understanding of technology and law, with a general understanding of cloud industry technologies, IaaS, PaaS and SaaS required. Prior experience advising product teams in connection with development and use of biometrics and video technologies preferred. CIPP/US, CIPP/E and CIPM certifications strongly preferred. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12
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Associate General Counsel- Public Affairs
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VP, Corporate Counsel, Data and Privacy
Refer job# POAG165055
 
VP, Corporate Counsel, Data and Privacy The candidate will support the Data and Privacy Law unit of the Law department. Will provide legal advice to ensure the company's practices with regard to personal information of customers and employees comply with applicable domestic privacy laws and regulations including GLBA, HIPAA, FCRA, and state insurance privacy laws as well as company policies and practices. Provide advice, negotiate, and draft privacy and data security provisions for business transactions and initiatives, including vendor and third party service provider contracts. Partner with stakeholders across the enterprise to develop and implement data governance policies and practices. Follow and keep apprised of privacy legal developments, understand and interpret existing and proposed federal and state privacy laws and regulations, including the ability to evaluate and draft legislative proposals and language. Provide legal advice concerning privacy incidents and compliance with state and Hitech Act breach notification laws. Advise on cutting edge privacy-related technology issues, including online websites and advertising, mobile devices, and social media. Provide advice on international privacy law and data security matters to support the company's multinational business units, including cross border data transfers in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, data breaches, multinational business transactions and contracts, privacy-related technology issues, and ensuring the company's practices with regard to personal information of international customers and employees comply with applicable international laws and regulations.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with 10+ years of experience in a law firm or an in-house corporate law department with emphasis in privacy law; and be admitted in NJ or eligible for in-house counsel licensing. Financial services/insurance industry experience is preferred. Should have comfort with handling a wide variety of work and a commitment to transforming and modernizing business practices. Strong knowledge of federal and state privacy laws, regulations, and regulator guidelines including GLBA, FCRA, HIPAA, state financial/insurance privacy laws, and state security breach laws is essential. Strong knowledge of international privacy and data protection laws and regulations, particularly with regard to cross border transfers is required. Experience with digital and new media technology privacy issues in the online and mobile environment is a must. Experience with privacy issues in business transactions and contracts is ideal. Experience with and/or strong interest in the development and deployment of Artificial Intelligence is desired. Strong writing, analytical, and communication skills are needed. Experience managing outside counsel is required. Should be able to work independently with minimal supervision.
 
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Product And Privacy Counsel
Refer job# GHHS165075
 
Product and Privacy Counsel Duties: Assist in the development, implementation of's data sourcing, compliance and product development programs in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, including major privacy laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and plan for forthcoming laws such as the California CPRA, Colorado Privacy Act, and Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act. Advise on international data sourcing and compliance; work with outside counsel in regions such as Japan, India, Indonesia, China, and Brazil. Draft and negotiate data licenses and other partnership agreements with key strategic vendors that are critical to our business. Provide advice to our strategic partnerships and product teams during the development lifecycle to minimize legal risks, ensure compliance with applicable laws, and advance business goals. Monitor new policy developments that may affect our strategic partnerships and product teams; advise teams on potential impacts. Drive awareness on data privacy and security issues, including development of training, policies, and guidelines that help business stakeholders spot and address data protection and privacy issues as they emerge in development of new products and technologies. Build and enhance the legal team's processes, efficiency, compliance framework and best practices. Serve as the go-to subject matter expert related to privacy, data protection and compliance on calls with customers. Advise cross-functional teams on developing a data governance program. Provide expertise for special projects, including M&As, new product lines, and more. Develop a risk ranking matrix for our strategic partnerships team to gauge where to focus efforts when obtaining new relationships. Create and implement a best-in-class global data privacy & protection program that can scale with the business.

Qualifications: Active membership in good standing with the NY State Bar and/or have the ability to practice in New York state as an in-house attorney and a J.D. or LLM from a top U.S. law school. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Should have 1-3 years of legal experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department (preferred), with a focus on technology transactions and/or privacy and data protection issues. Exceptional communication and stakeholder management skills can convey complex concepts in simple terms. Strong research skills and a history of mastering a topic when advising on it.
 
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Associate Counsel - Privacy & Data Security
Refer job# OLAV165011
 
Associate Counsel - Privacy & Data Security Duties: Provide advice related to data privacy and information security to internal clients. Collaborate with business areas to assess and advise on the impact of such laws and regulations on Sentry's businesses. Develop guidance on the application, impact, and implementation of applicable privacy and data protection laws. Draft privacy notices, notice of collection, and other required consents. Support app development, e-commerce, and digital marketing relationships by discussing relevant security and privacy matters. Review and make recommendations for negotiating data security provisions with current vendors and assist with onboarding of new vendors. Negotiate privacy considerations in various contracts, including technology agreements involving the sharing of data. Assist commercial attorneys with the privacy-specific elements of standard contract templates, training materials, and legal negotiation playbooks. Review the applicability and sufficiency of existing practices and help redesign programs, resources, and processes consistent with applicable data privacy laws, data security regulations, and best practices. Assist with the response to governmental investigations regarding data security incidents and privacy matters. Advise on Payment Card Industry compliance and standards. Review and advise on implementation of various communication methods, including processes and training materials to ensure compliance with applicable laws such as TCPA, COPPA, and CAN-SPAM. Advise on information governance issues, such as litigation holds, document retention, and destruction policies.

Qualifications: 5+ years of overall legal experience. Experience in Privacy & Data Security preferred. Strong academic background and a JD Degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association. License to practice law. Proven ability to interact effectively with a variety of people. Expertise in a specific area of law utilized in work experience with a law firm, an insurance company, or a corporation.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# UJAF165017
 
Associate General Counsel, Privacy Duties: Advise all levels of the Company in all areas of privacy, including counseling on legal issues and risks, negotiations with third parties, and policies and procedures, using concepts that the business can understand. Draft and negotiate data protection terms that appear in third-party service provider and customer agreements. Coordinate with Viasat's Security Engineering team to ensure operational, administrative, and technical data security measures are appropriately employed across the Company. Draft internal policy documents and develop and administer privacy-related training to employees to meet legal compliance obligations. Support the Viasat People & Culture team on privacy compliance matters applicable to Viasat's international workforce. Audit personal data processing within various lines of business to ensure alignment with approved privacy program requirements. Support the continued development of Viasat's international privacy program including contract templates, personal data recordkeeping, PIAs / DPIAs, and compliance with data protection laws in EMEA, LATAM, and APAC. Provide strategic and hands-on support for the adoption of privacy automation tools to help scale privacy compliance processes globally.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate degree or equivalent with excellent academic credentials. Must have 3-5+ years prior legal experience, preferably in a privacy and compliance in-house practice with a global technology, ISP, or telecom business, or in a law firm serving such companies. An understanding of compliance frameworks (privacy, NIST, ISO, and PCI), consumer law, and telecommunications law. Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written; must be able to ask clear, concise questions involving sophisticated technology to get requisite answers from business partners and Legal Department colleagues. Excellent administrative and interpersonal skills with attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy, together with the ability to run several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure. Ability to take initiative and adapt to changing priorities in a fast-paced corporate environment. When circumstances again allow, the ability and willingness to travel up to 10% of the time. Recognized privacy training and/or certification, including CIPP/US and/or CIPP/E. Experience with contract negotiations, data governance, PIAs/DPIAs, and privacy automation tools, e.g., DSAR processing, data discovery and mapping, etc.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# GWOU165018
 
Associate General Counsel, Privacy Duties: Advise all levels of the Company in all areas of privacy, including counseling on legal issues and risks, negotiations with third parties, and policies and procedures, using concepts that the business can understand. Draft and negotiate data protection terms that appear in third-party service provider and customer agreements. Coordinate with Viasat's Security Engineering team to ensure operational, administrative, and technical data security measures are appropriately employed across the Company. Draft internal policy documents and develop and administer privacy-related training to employees to meet legal compliance obligations. Support the Viasat People & Culture team on privacy compliance matters applicable to Viasat's international workforce. Audit personal data processing within various lines of business to ensure alignment with approved privacy program requirements. Support the continued development of Viasat's international privacy program including contract templates, personal data recordkeeping, PIAs / DPIAs, and compliance with data protection laws in EMEA, LATAM, and APAC. Provide strategic and hands-on support for the adoption of privacy automation tools to help scale privacy compliance processes globally.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate degree or equivalent with excellent academic credentials. Must have 3-5+ years prior legal experience, preferably in a privacy and compliance in-house practice with a global technology, ISP, or telecom business, or in a law firm serving such companies. An understanding of compliance frameworks (privacy, NIST, ISO, and PCI), consumer law, and telecommunications law. Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written; must be able to ask clear, concise questions involving sophisticated technology to get requisite answers from business partners and Legal Department colleagues. Excellent administrative and interpersonal skills with attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy, together with the ability to run several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure. Ability to take initiative and adapt to changing priorities in a fast-paced corporate environment. When circumstances again allow, the ability and willingness to travel up to 10% of the time. Recognized privacy training and/or certification, including CIPP/US and/or CIPP/E. Experience with contract negotiations, data governance, PIAs/DPIAs, and privacy automation tools, e.g., DSAR processing, data discovery and mapping, etc.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Privacy
Refer job# RTCR164954
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Privacy Duties: Collaborate with the company's product and business teams from the initial stages of product development and beyond to identify potential legal risks and provide risk-mitigation counseling. Maintain an up-to-date understanding of the intersection of global privacy laws and advertising technology, and how the use of cookies, tags, pixels, and other mechanisms customize and personalize digital advertising. Work closely with internal business partners to understand their perspectives, processes, applications, projects, and technologies to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and best practices while guiding them to the successful resolution of projects. Develop privacy-focused global strategies to engage with partners, external organizations, and regulators in support of the company's vision of a thriving, advertising-supported open internet. Educate employees, partners, and clients about current and emerging privacy issues facing the company and the industry.

Qualifications: J.D. degree from ABA-accredited law school. Must be a member in good standing in either CA or NY. 10+ years of legal experience, including significant experience advising on advertising technology matters (in-house experience on advertising technology legal issues is preferred). Expertise in legal issues impacting the digital advertising industry including self-regulatory guidelines, privacy issues, and legislation, consumer protection, and global privacy laws & regulations (such as GDPR, CCPA/CPRA, and other international data protection frameworks). Experience engaging with external organizations or regulators on complex privacy matters. Proficiency with MS Office products. Ability to comprehend and communicate complex issues succinctly and clearly. An adaptable problem-solver who challenges the status quo seeks to make things better and more efficient. Excellent critical thinking skills and great judgment. Decisive, forward-thinking, energetic, and accountable, with a strong work ethic. Ability to work well under pressure with diligence, organization, and minimal supervision, and provide practical, business-friendly advice to clients. Ability to boil complex issues down to the bottom line and provide pragmatic advice that can be operationalized. Builds effective relationships inside and outside the company established on trust, respect and confidence. Someone who is constantly seeking to keep abreast of current events in the wider Privacy community and has a keen interest in the underlying technology we support. Collaborative work style, with the ability to build consensus, and drive for results.
 
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Vice President & Assistant General Counsel Privacy & Information Security
Refer job# VWXP164960
 
Vice President & Assistant General Counsel - Privacy & Information Security Duties: Lead creation of an industry-appropriate privacy and consumer data framework. Work with senior leaders to establish effective, practical controls, including auditing practices, with respect to data collection, management, and storage. Manage a cross-functional committee that sets policies for responsible use of data and oversees an effective data management/information security system. Establish and maintain a system for training employees and contractors and ensuring adherence to policies for responsible use of data. Conduct privacy impact assessments to analyze risks in new or changed business activities. Provide negotiating and contract drafting support to business units that manage customer data. Remain current in legal requirements and best data management practices, resources, and technology solutions, including active engagement with other privacy professionals. Co-chair a cross-functional incident response team with respect to data breaches. Coordinate with senior members of Legal and Communications teams to respond to inquiries from regulators, enforcement agencies, and data protection authorities. Coordinate with Communications team and business units to articulate privacy principles, including regular review and updates to internal and external privacy policies and practices.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Current license to practice law in at least 1 state; eligible to practice in New York or Florida. 12+ years of legal experience, with at least 5 years in privacy. 5+ years of practical experience with digital technology. Significant expertise negotiating and drafting commercial contracts, especially with respect to terms and conditions governing consumer data. Desired Skills & Experience. IAPP certification or deep knowledge of United States privacy laws and regulations. Demonstrated ability to design and build a privacy program. Demonstrated ability to manage privacy and information security incidents and matters. Proven experience articulating and managing privacy and information security across an organization with a number of different business models. Demonstrated organization, facilitation, communication, and presentation skills. Ability to lead a cross-functional team in a fast-paced environment. Highly collaborative individual with ability to influence others and build strong professional relationships, including with technology, business, and legal partners. Strong ability to navigate through barriers to drive successful initiatives throughout the business. Deep experience managing high-stakes issues in a professional, assertive, and proactive manner. Strong organizational skills and ability to handle multiple, cross-functional projects.
 
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Senior Privacy Counsel, Video Security & Access Control
Refer job# SQIK164970
 
Senior Privacy Counsel, Video Security & Access Control Duties: Provide advice and counsel to product teams and business leaders on relevant global privacy and security laws, standards, and policies, including laws around the use of biometrics and artificial intelligence. Conduct assessments of new and existing products and services to advise on the privacy and security compliance implications and develop ways to mitigate compliance vulnerabilities and risks. Provide proactive and creative legal guidance to facilitate the launch of new and innovative products and services while ensuring all privacy and data protection risks are properly mitigated. Serve as data protection subject matter expert in connection with domestic and international sales and legal teams responding to requests for proposals or other customer solicitations. Maintain expertise in global data and privacy laws and advise on the impact to the Company Solutions and its subsidiaries, as well as implications with respect to compliance activities. Develop and provide training to product teams regarding privacy, security, and other compliance best practices and obligations. Develop internal controls and conduct periodic self-assessments to ensure the products and services of the Company. Support security and other teams in responding to any data security incident responses. Collaborate with the government affairs team to engage with privacy regulators as may be required.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate Degree from a top-rated ABA-accredited Law School. Active Member of a State Bar Association with authorization to practice within the state in which the employee works. CIPP/US, CIPP/E, and CIPM certifications are a plus. 7+ years of work experience as an attorney for a private law firm and/or as in-house counsel; direct experience advising global product and engineering teams on integrating privacy and security into new and existing products and services. Strong understanding of technology and law, with a general understanding of cloud industry technologies, IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS. Prior experience advising product teams in connection with the development and use of biometrics and video technologies is preferred.
 
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Senior Privacy Counsel, Video Security & Access Control
Refer job# ZJKO164971
 
Senior Privacy Counsel, Video Security & Access Control Duties: Provide advice and counsel to product teams and business leaders on relevant global privacy and security laws, standards, and policies, including laws around the use of biometrics and artificial intelligence. Conduct assessments of new and existing products and services to advise on the privacy and security compliance implications and develop ways to mitigate compliance vulnerabilities and risks. Provide proactive and creative legal guidance to facilitate the launch of new and innovative products and services while ensuring all privacy and data protection risks are properly mitigated. Serve as data protection subject matter expert in connection with domestic and international sales and legal teams responding to requests for proposals or other customer solicitations. Maintain expertise in global data and privacy laws and advise on the impact to the Company Solutions and its subsidiaries, as well as implications with respect to compliance activities. Develop and provide training to product teams regarding privacy, security, and other compliance best practices and obligations. Develop internal controls and conduct periodic self-assessments to ensure the products and services of the Company. Support security and other teams in responding to any data security incident responses. Collaborate with the government affairs team to engage with privacy regulators as may be required.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate Degree from a top-rated ABA-accredited Law School. Active Member of a State Bar Association with authorization to practice within the state in which the employee works. CIPP/US, CIPP/E, and CIPM certifications are a plus. 7+ years of work experience as an attorney for a private law firm and/or as in-house counsel; direct experience advising global product and engineering teams on integrating privacy and security into new and existing products and services. Strong understanding of technology and law, with a general understanding of cloud industry technologies, IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS. Prior experience advising product teams in connection with the development and use of biometrics and video technologies is preferred.
 
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Senior Privacy Counsel, Video Security & Access Control
Refer job# YZRK164972
 
Senior Privacy Counsel, Video Security & Access Control The candidate will provide advice and counsel to product teams and business leaders on relevant global privacy and security laws, standards and policies, including laws around the use of biometrics and artificial intelligence. Conduct assessments of new and existing products and services to advise on the privacy and security compliance implications and develop ways to mitigate compliance vulnerabilities and risks. Provide proactive and creative legal guidance to facilitate launch of new and innovative products and services while ensuring all privacy and data protection risks are properly mitigated. Serve as data protection subject matter expert in connection with domestic and international sales and legal teams responding to requests for proposals or other customer solicitations. Maintain expertise in global data and privacy laws and advise on the impact to Motorola Solutions and its subsidiaries, as well as implications with respect to compliance activities. Develop and provide training to product teams regarding privacy, security and other compliance best practices and obligations. Develop internal controls and conduct periodic self-assessments to ensure the products and services of Motorola Solutions are supporting customer's compliance obligations with applicable laws, standards and policies as well as own. Support security and other teams in responding to any data security incident responses. Collaborate with the government affairs team to engage with privacy regulators as may be required. Juris Doctorate degree from a top rated ABA accredited law school required. Active member of a State Bar Association with authorization to practice within the state in which the employee works required. 7 years of work experience as an attorney for private law firm and/or as in-house counsel; direct experience advising global product and engineering teams on integrating privacy and security into new and existing products and services required. Strong understanding of technology and law, with a general understanding of cloud industry technologies, IaaS, PaaS and SaaS required. Prior experience advising product teams in connection with development and use of biometrics and video technologies preferred. CIPP/US, CIPP/E and CIPM certifications strongly preferred.
 
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