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Assistant Vice President, Privacy Counsel

Worcester MA Assistant Vice President, Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide Enterprise-wide Privacy, Information Governance Compliance and Information Security legal counsel. Will work with the Chief Privacy Officer, Privacy Team and others to develop a strategic and operational approach to Privacy. Represents Company s interests in privacy matters. Handles legal aspects of insurance regulatory matters pertaining to Privacy and Information Security. Provides legal support to designated business units, manages workflow from and relationships with all levels of management of each unit. Prepares legally binding documents; drafts, negotiates and develops complex contracts and forms with customers and vendors. May manage and develop a small team of attorneys and support personnel to assure that excellent, timely and business sensitive legal support is provided to the corporation and to business clients, in furtherance of business goals and priorities. Monitors and keeps legal management team apprised of and solicits their input as appropriate on significant legal issues. Analyzes and formulates company s position on legislation/regulations. Identifies law-related training needs of Company personnel; develops and delivers training through various mechanisms including written materials, classroom and staff presentations. Ensures that all business clients give appropriate attention to the Code of Conduct.

The candidate must have JD degree and admission to practice law in one jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience in a business, corporate or other legal environment. Knowledge of the state, federal, and global (e.g. GDPR) regulatory environment, including compliance requirements and processes is required. Insurance product knowledge is preferred. IAPP certification is desired. Excellent oral and written communication skills is needed. Deadline: February 23, 2018
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-17

Assistant Vice President, Privacy Counsel

Chattanooga TN Assistant Vice President, Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide Enterprise-wide Privacy, Information Governance Compliance and Information Security legal counsel. Will work with the Chief Privacy Officer, Privacy Team and others to develop a strategic and operational approach to Privacy. Represents Company s interests in privacy matters. Handles legal aspects of insurance regulatory matters pertaining to Privacy and Information Security. Provides legal support to designated business units, manages workflow from and relationships with all levels of management of each unit. Prepares legally binding documents; drafts, negotiates and develops complex contracts and forms with customers and vendors. May manage and develop a small team of attorneys and support personnel to assure that excellent, timely and business sensitive legal support is provided to the corporation and to business clients, in furtherance of business goals and priorities. Monitors and keeps legal management team apprised of and solicits their input as appropriate on significant legal issues. Analyzes and formulates company s position on legislation/regulations. Identifies law-related training needs of Company personnel; develops and delivers training through various mechanisms including written materials, classroom and staff presentations. Ensures that all business clients give appropriate attention to the Code of Conduct.

The candidate must have JD degree and admission to practice law in one jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience in a business, corporate or other legal environment. Knowledge of the state, federal, and global (e.g. GDPR) regulatory environment, including compliance requirements and processes is required. Insurance product knowledge is preferred. IAPP certification is desired. Excellent oral and written communication skills is needed. Deadline: February 23, 2018
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-17

Assistant Vice President, Privacy Counsel

Columbia SC Assistant Vice President, Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide Enterprise-wide Privacy, Information Governance Compliance and Information Security legal counsel. Will work with the Chief Privacy Officer, Privacy Team and others to develop a strategic and operational approach to Privacy. Represents Company s interests in privacy matters. Handles legal aspects of insurance regulatory matters pertaining to Privacy and Information Security. Provides legal support to designated business units, manages workflow from and relationships with all levels of management of each unit. Prepares legally binding documents; drafts, negotiates and develops complex contracts and forms with customers and vendors. May manage and develop a small team of attorneys and support personnel to assure that excellent, timely and business sensitive legal support is provided to the corporation and to business clients, in furtherance of business goals and priorities. Monitors and keeps legal management team apprised of and solicits their input as appropriate on significant legal issues. Analyzes and formulates company s position on legislation/regulations. Identifies law-related training needs of Company personnel; develops and delivers training through various mechanisms including written materials, classroom and staff presentations. Ensures that all business clients give appropriate attention to the Code of Conduct.

The candidate must have JD degree and admission to practice law in one jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience in a business, corporate or other legal environment. Knowledge of the state, federal, and global (e.g. GDPR) regulatory environment, including compliance requirements and processes is required. Insurance product knowledge is preferred. IAPP certification is desired. Excellent oral and written communication skills is needed. Deadline: February 23, 2018
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-17

Legal Counsel (privacy)

Bellevue WA Legal Counsel (Privacy) RESPONSIBILITIES: Advise on day-to-day marketing issues (emails and associated consents). Review and advise on contracts for multiple business groups. Maintain EU-US data transfer requirements. Assisting in conducting assessments and maintaining assessment and data mapping. Provide support for data breach response. Respond to customer complaints, including SARs. Share responsibility for updating and maintaining template guidance and forms. Deliver training to various groups on privacy awareness, and maintain and update existing training materials. Log and maintain privacy policy versions and support the management and updating of all policies. Update and maintain privacy pages on corporate intranet and add resources as they are developed. Manage and log interactions with Regulators and maintain and notifications/registrations required. Assist with tracking of data protection clauses used in templates; MSA, affiliate agreements, employee contracts etc track versions and dates etc. Coordinate data and privacy assessment and audits of vendors, risk and data mapping. Keep up with new developments in privacy laws.

QUALIFICATIONS: Solicitor (or equivalent) qualification. Proven experience with a top law firm and/or experience working in a dynamic, in-house legal environment; experience in a multinational legal department a plus. Strong foundational knowledge of data protection laws in the United Kingdom; some familiarity with requirements in other EU member states and with the new GDPR. Understanding of Internet architecture and related technologies preferable. Self starter and creative thinker comfortable with operating in a visionary environment. Capable of assessing and communicating risk within the context of dynamic business goals. Ability to work on a wide range of matters at a time. Ability to appropriately prioritise work. Track record of establishing strong working relationships with internal/external business clients and within the legal department/law firm. Fluency in English required; competency in additional languages a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-16

Privacy Attorney

Plano TX Privacy Attorney The candidate will counsel clients in all aspects of domestic and international privacy, data security, and cybersecurity laws and regulations (including at least familiarity with the General Data Protection Regulation). Will support incident response, vendor management, and a fast-paced sales organization with advice on data privacy and security issues and regulatory compliance requirements. Draft and negotiate privacy, security, and data protection provisions for customer and vendor agreements. Assist business teams in incorporating privacy by design into products and services. Review data protection impact assessments for consumer and corporate products and services, internal applications and programs, and human resources. Track and advise on global privacy and security legislation, evolving regulations, and enforcement. Support public policy team. Draft and socialize data protection policies and procedures and support other stakeholders where data use is a factor in developing policies and procedures. Operationalize data protection requirements by developing processes and workflows. Manage relationships with outside counsel and legal service providers, enforcing budget discipline and innovating to achieve cost and operational efficiency.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with 7+ years of relevant experience. Active membership in at least one US State Bar and CIPP certification required. Must have strong substantive knowledge of international privacy and data protection laws and regulations, including consumer, human resources, and corporate regulations. Interest and general knowledge of technology and current trends in cybersecurity and data protection required. Experience in the computer industry and in-house legal work would be an advantage, as would CISSP certification.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-15

Privacy Attorney

Santa Clara CA Privacy Attorney The candidate will counsel clients in all aspects of domestic and international privacy, data security, and cybersecurity laws and regulations (including at least familiarity with the General Data Protection Regulation). Will support incident response, vendor management, and a fast-paced sales organization with advice on data privacy and security issues and regulatory compliance requirements. Draft and negotiate privacy, security, and data protection provisions for customer and vendor agreements. Assist business teams in incorporating privacy by design into products and services. Review data protection impact assessments for consumer and corporate products and services, internal applications and programs, and human resources. Track and advise on global privacy and security legislation, evolving regulations, and enforcement. Support public policy team. Draft and socialize data protection policies and procedures and support other stakeholders where data use is a factor in developing policies and procedures. Operationalize data protection requirements by developing processes and workflows. Manage relationships with outside counsel and legal service providers, enforcing budget discipline and innovating to achieve cost and operational efficiency.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with 7+ years of relevant experience. Active membership in at least one US State Bar and CIPP certification required. Must have strong substantive knowledge of international privacy and data protection laws and regulations, including consumer, human resources, and corporate regulations. Interest and general knowledge of technology and current trends in cybersecurity and data protection required. Experience in the computer industry and in-house legal work would be an advantage, as would CISSP certification.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-15

Privacy Counsel

Palo Alto CA Privacy Counsel The candidate will advise product development teams and other cross-functional stakeholders on compliance obligations and risk-mitigation approaches for the collection, use, sharing, and maintenance of data. Serve as a subject matter expert, working with Nest s product and commercial attorneys to incorporate privacy and data protection considerations into their counseling, while also working directly with Nest s Product, Engineering, Marketing, Support, and other teams. Help define, implement, and document compliance plans, including launch reviews, incident management tools, and training for Nest employees. Develop and implement continuous improvement of company-wide legal policies and processes. Help prepare for implementation of the European General Data Protection Regulation and counsel cross-functional teams on GDPR requirements to drive best-in-class privacy and data protection practices. Work closely with Nest s Privacy and Security Engineering teams to support new product development and sustaining development efforts, playing an important role enabling Nest s commitment to be a conscientious steward of customer data and a good corporate citizen. Should have JD degree and 5+ years of legal practice experience at a law firm or as in-house counsel. Should have 3+ years of specialized privacy practice, with substantive experience in the key legal frameworks. State Bar membership is essential. Should preferably be familiar with both US and EU privacy norms, legal requirements, and enforcement authorities. IAPP or other applicable privacy certifications is a plus. Combination of in-house and law firm experience a plus. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-15

Senior Counsel, Privacy And Security

Ann Arbor MI Senior Counsel, Privacy and Security The candidate will assist in developing, managing and driving success of the legal aspects of the company s privacy and security programs, including related policies and procedures, compliance materials, and employee training. Advise the company in connection with products and projects that raise issues of privacy, data protection and data governance under US and EU laws. Partner with teams and leaders across the business to ensure firm s policies and procedures related to breach notification and response align with global legal requirements and best practices. Proactively monitor changes to the business and legal landscape related to data privacy and security, helping firm assess the impact of such changes and proposing pragmatic business solutions to ensure the company stays aligned with changing requirements and best practices. Coordinate with and support members of the Legal Team on other matters, as necessary. Must be graduate of an accredited law school and active member of a state bar in good standing. Should have 6+ years of experience in a law firm and in-house legal department and 4+ years experience on privacy and data protection issues, including substantial familiarity with U.S. and E.U. laws. Experience with cross-border data transfers and methods of ensuring compliance with data protection laws, as well as with privacy and security provisions in commercial agreements is essential. Should preferably have technology background and/or experience at a technology company. Must be Certified Information Privacy Professional. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-14

Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection (Advisers)

Purchase NY Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection (Advisers) Duties: Enabling the development of scalable information-based products and solutions, including complex algorithmic products and models, for Advisors business verticals while ensuring compliance with corporate standards and global privacy and data protection laws; ensuring new products and services comply with laws including GLBA, FCRA, and ECOA, and coordinating with regional counsel to ensure compliance with other laws including the EU General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ); partnering with business verticals and commercial legal teams on product development from the earliest stages using privacy by design methodologies; providing guidance for the development of data analytics products based on global standards for anonymization and pseudonymization; developing requirements for complex technical infrastructure necessary to support privacy-compliant data analytics and analytical environments, including anonymized environments; identifying business requirements resulting from new and evolving privacy laws and regulations; educating the business on legal developments and controls for the development of data analytics products; and providing guidance and thought leadership on topics including the use of emerging technologies in a privacy-compliant manner.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required STEM degree a plus. JD Degree required. Privacy and data protection experience required. Legal experience in data analytics or big data. Member of the New York State Bar. Expertise in global privacy and data regulatory laws and frameworks; Demonstrated experience and technical familiarity with data analytics, computer science, and/or mathematics; Experience in pseudonymization, anonymization, and de-identification methodologies, including infrastructure requirements; Knowledge of North American credit laws; Familiarity with the financial services industry; Familiarity with emerging technologies and associated privacy implications; Strong analytic capabilities and written and oral communication skills; Exceptional interpersonal skills with proven experience in relationship building and partnering with legal, business, and technical colleagues; and Ability to motivate and influence highly-skilled professionals to achieve major organizational goals.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-14

Global Privacy Counsel

Coral Springs FL Global Privacy Counsel The candidate will support compliance with data privacy rules and regulations for s global operations, including data protection, data breaches, data across borders, binding corporate rules, and the EU General Data Protection Regulations. Will be based in Coral Springs, Florida and will report to the Deputy General Counsel. Provide proactive strategic leadership and guidance on privacy and data security issues across global legal and compliance teams to drive partnership, knowledge-sharing and efficiency. Advise on compliance and best practices across all aspects of global privacy and data protection law and regulation, including data retention, data security and data breaches. Chair the GDPR Steering Group. Support company engagement with government, industry, and consumer groups on privacy issues. Advise on potential business impact of proposed changes to US, EU and other international privacy and data security laws and regulations. Review collection, use and transfers of user data and draft privacy policies and disclosures. Draft and negotiate privacy and data protection-related provisions of complex commercial and technology contracts, including for strategic business partnerships, outsourcing, data processing, joint ventures, M&A transactions and business dispositions. Creatively build upon and drive awareness around privacy and data security issues, including developing and delivering training. Lead data incident response preparedness, including evolving and practicing the Company s data incident response plan. Oversee Information and Records management including alignment with privacy and security policies. Provide strategic direction and leadership to team and build strong talent and capability aligned to achieve strategic objectives. Ensure teams follow established strategies and deliver on goals and objectives. Should have JD degree or LLM from an accredited law school. Must be licensed to practice law in the US or EU. Should have 10+ years experience, preferably in a global corporate legal department, with substantial focus on consumer and employee privacy and data security legal and compliance issues. Experience building and/or leading corporate privacy and data security program is essential. Should have experience with online, mobile, social networking and digital technology issues. CIPP/E strongly preferred. Technical/systems background a plus. Experience effectively leading, managing and developing team is essential. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-13
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Client Success Manager
In-House,The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc
Location : Rockville, MD, United States

Client Success Manager The candidate will provide account management to service law firms, corporations, and law schools in a defined geographic area. Will expand and position company's comprehensive legal and business intelligence platforms, by par... + read more

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Client Success Manager
In-House,The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc
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Assistant Vice President, Privacy Counsel
Refer job# PHCX137703
 
Assistant Vice President, Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide Enterprise-wide Privacy, Information Governance Compliance and Information Security legal counsel. Will work with the Chief Privacy Officer, Privacy Team and others to develop a strategic and operational approach to Privacy. Represents Company s interests in privacy matters. Handles legal aspects of insurance regulatory matters pertaining to Privacy and Information Security. Provides legal support to designated business units, manages workflow from and relationships with all levels of management of each unit. Prepares legally binding documents; drafts, negotiates and develops complex contracts and forms with customers and vendors. May manage and develop a small team of attorneys and support personnel to assure that excellent, timely and business sensitive legal support is provided to the corporation and to business clients, in furtherance of business goals and priorities. Monitors and keeps legal management team apprised of and solicits their input as appropriate on significant legal issues. Analyzes and formulates company s position on legislation/regulations. Identifies law-related training needs of Company personnel; develops and delivers training through various mechanisms including written materials, classroom and staff presentations. Ensures that all business clients give appropriate attention to the Code of Conduct.

The candidate must have JD degree and admission to practice law in one jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience in a business, corporate or other legal environment. Knowledge of the state, federal, and global (e.g. GDPR) regulatory environment, including compliance requirements and processes is required. Insurance product knowledge is preferred. IAPP certification is desired. Excellent oral and written communication skills is needed. Deadline: February 23, 2018
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant Vice President, Privacy Counsel
Refer job# NOEY137704
 
Assistant Vice President, Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide Enterprise-wide Privacy, Information Governance Compliance and Information Security legal counsel. Will work with the Chief Privacy Officer, Privacy Team and others to develop a strategic and operational approach to Privacy. Represents Company s interests in privacy matters. Handles legal aspects of insurance regulatory matters pertaining to Privacy and Information Security. Provides legal support to designated business units, manages workflow from and relationships with all levels of management of each unit. Prepares legally binding documents; drafts, negotiates and develops complex contracts and forms with customers and vendors. May manage and develop a small team of attorneys and support personnel to assure that excellent, timely and business sensitive legal support is provided to the corporation and to business clients, in furtherance of business goals and priorities. Monitors and keeps legal management team apprised of and solicits their input as appropriate on significant legal issues. Analyzes and formulates company s position on legislation/regulations. Identifies law-related training needs of Company personnel; develops and delivers training through various mechanisms including written materials, classroom and staff presentations. Ensures that all business clients give appropriate attention to the Code of Conduct.

The candidate must have JD degree and admission to practice law in one jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience in a business, corporate or other legal environment. Knowledge of the state, federal, and global (e.g. GDPR) regulatory environment, including compliance requirements and processes is required. Insurance product knowledge is preferred. IAPP certification is desired. Excellent oral and written communication skills is needed. Deadline: February 23, 2018
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant Vice President, Privacy Counsel
Refer job# KPBU137705
 
Assistant Vice President, Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide Enterprise-wide Privacy, Information Governance Compliance and Information Security legal counsel. Will work with the Chief Privacy Officer, Privacy Team and others to develop a strategic and operational approach to Privacy. Represents Company s interests in privacy matters. Handles legal aspects of insurance regulatory matters pertaining to Privacy and Information Security. Provides legal support to designated business units, manages workflow from and relationships with all levels of management of each unit. Prepares legally binding documents; drafts, negotiates and develops complex contracts and forms with customers and vendors. May manage and develop a small team of attorneys and support personnel to assure that excellent, timely and business sensitive legal support is provided to the corporation and to business clients, in furtherance of business goals and priorities. Monitors and keeps legal management team apprised of and solicits their input as appropriate on significant legal issues. Analyzes and formulates company s position on legislation/regulations. Identifies law-related training needs of Company personnel; develops and delivers training through various mechanisms including written materials, classroom and staff presentations. Ensures that all business clients give appropriate attention to the Code of Conduct.

The candidate must have JD degree and admission to practice law in one jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience in a business, corporate or other legal environment. Knowledge of the state, federal, and global (e.g. GDPR) regulatory environment, including compliance requirements and processes is required. Insurance product knowledge is preferred. IAPP certification is desired. Excellent oral and written communication skills is needed. Deadline: February 23, 2018
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Legal Counsel (privacy)
Refer job# FSMP137691
 
Legal Counsel (Privacy) RESPONSIBILITIES: Advise on day-to-day marketing issues (emails and associated consents). Review and advise on contracts for multiple business groups. Maintain EU-US data transfer requirements. Assisting in conducting assessments and maintaining assessment and data mapping. Provide support for data breach response. Respond to customer complaints, including SARs. Share responsibility for updating and maintaining template guidance and forms. Deliver training to various groups on privacy awareness, and maintain and update existing training materials. Log and maintain privacy policy versions and support the management and updating of all policies. Update and maintain privacy pages on corporate intranet and add resources as they are developed. Manage and log interactions with Regulators and maintain and notifications/registrations required. Assist with tracking of data protection clauses used in templates; MSA, affiliate agreements, employee contracts etc track versions and dates etc. Coordinate data and privacy assessment and audits of vendors, risk and data mapping. Keep up with new developments in privacy laws.

QUALIFICATIONS: Solicitor (or equivalent) qualification. Proven experience with a top law firm and/or experience working in a dynamic, in-house legal environment; experience in a multinational legal department a plus. Strong foundational knowledge of data protection laws in the United Kingdom; some familiarity with requirements in other EU member states and with the new GDPR. Understanding of Internet architecture and related technologies preferable. Self starter and creative thinker comfortable with operating in a visionary environment. Capable of assessing and communicating risk within the context of dynamic business goals. Ability to work on a wide range of matters at a time. Ability to appropriately prioritise work. Track record of establishing strong working relationships with internal/external business clients and within the legal department/law firm. Fluency in English required; competency in additional languages a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Privacy Attorney
Refer job# QOJH137671
 
Privacy Attorney The candidate will counsel clients in all aspects of domestic and international privacy, data security, and cybersecurity laws and regulations (including at least familiarity with the General Data Protection Regulation). Will support incident response, vendor management, and a fast-paced sales organization with advice on data privacy and security issues and regulatory compliance requirements. Draft and negotiate privacy, security, and data protection provisions for customer and vendor agreements. Assist business teams in incorporating privacy by design into products and services. Review data protection impact assessments for consumer and corporate products and services, internal applications and programs, and human resources. Track and advise on global privacy and security legislation, evolving regulations, and enforcement. Support public policy team. Draft and socialize data protection policies and procedures and support other stakeholders where data use is a factor in developing policies and procedures. Operationalize data protection requirements by developing processes and workflows. Manage relationships with outside counsel and legal service providers, enforcing budget discipline and innovating to achieve cost and operational efficiency.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with 7+ years of relevant experience. Active membership in at least one US State Bar and CIPP certification required. Must have strong substantive knowledge of international privacy and data protection laws and regulations, including consumer, human resources, and corporate regulations. Interest and general knowledge of technology and current trends in cybersecurity and data protection required. Experience in the computer industry and in-house legal work would be an advantage, as would CISSP certification.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Privacy Attorney
Refer job# UQMG137672
 
Privacy Attorney The candidate will counsel clients in all aspects of domestic and international privacy, data security, and cybersecurity laws and regulations (including at least familiarity with the General Data Protection Regulation). Will support incident response, vendor management, and a fast-paced sales organization with advice on data privacy and security issues and regulatory compliance requirements. Draft and negotiate privacy, security, and data protection provisions for customer and vendor agreements. Assist business teams in incorporating privacy by design into products and services. Review data protection impact assessments for consumer and corporate products and services, internal applications and programs, and human resources. Track and advise on global privacy and security legislation, evolving regulations, and enforcement. Support public policy team. Draft and socialize data protection policies and procedures and support other stakeholders where data use is a factor in developing policies and procedures. Operationalize data protection requirements by developing processes and workflows. Manage relationships with outside counsel and legal service providers, enforcing budget discipline and innovating to achieve cost and operational efficiency.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with 7+ years of relevant experience. Active membership in at least one US State Bar and CIPP certification required. Must have strong substantive knowledge of international privacy and data protection laws and regulations, including consumer, human resources, and corporate regulations. Interest and general knowledge of technology and current trends in cybersecurity and data protection required. Experience in the computer industry and in-house legal work would be an advantage, as would CISSP certification.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Privacy Counsel
Refer job# DHHY137689
 
Privacy Counsel The candidate will advise product development teams and other cross-functional stakeholders on compliance obligations and risk-mitigation approaches for the collection, use, sharing, and maintenance of data. Serve as a subject matter expert, working with Nest s product and commercial attorneys to incorporate privacy and data protection considerations into their counseling, while also working directly with Nest s Product, Engineering, Marketing, Support, and other teams. Help define, implement, and document compliance plans, including launch reviews, incident management tools, and training for Nest employees. Develop and implement continuous improvement of company-wide legal policies and processes. Help prepare for implementation of the European General Data Protection Regulation and counsel cross-functional teams on GDPR requirements to drive best-in-class privacy and data protection practices. Work closely with Nest s Privacy and Security Engineering teams to support new product development and sustaining development efforts, playing an important role enabling Nest s commitment to be a conscientious steward of customer data and a good corporate citizen. Should have JD degree and 5+ years of legal practice experience at a law firm or as in-house counsel. Should have 3+ years of specialized privacy practice, with substantive experience in the key legal frameworks. State Bar membership is essential. Should preferably be familiar with both US and EU privacy norms, legal requirements, and enforcement authorities. IAPP or other applicable privacy certifications is a plus. Combination of in-house and law firm experience a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy And Security
Refer job# NGQB137650
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy and Security The candidate will assist in developing, managing and driving success of the legal aspects of the company s privacy and security programs, including related policies and procedures, compliance materials, and employee training. Advise the company in connection with products and projects that raise issues of privacy, data protection and data governance under US and EU laws. Partner with teams and leaders across the business to ensure firm s policies and procedures related to breach notification and response align with global legal requirements and best practices. Proactively monitor changes to the business and legal landscape related to data privacy and security, helping firm assess the impact of such changes and proposing pragmatic business solutions to ensure the company stays aligned with changing requirements and best practices. Coordinate with and support members of the Legal Team on other matters, as necessary. Must be graduate of an accredited law school and active member of a state bar in good standing. Should have 6+ years of experience in a law firm and in-house legal department and 4+ years experience on privacy and data protection issues, including substantial familiarity with U.S. and E.U. laws. Experience with cross-border data transfers and methods of ensuring compliance with data protection laws, as well as with privacy and security provisions in commercial agreements is essential. Should preferably have technology background and/or experience at a technology company. Must be Certified Information Privacy Professional.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection (Advisers)
Refer job# MDUZ137657
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection (Advisers) Duties: Enabling the development of scalable information-based products and solutions, including complex algorithmic products and models, for Advisors business verticals while ensuring compliance with corporate standards and global privacy and data protection laws; ensuring new products and services comply with laws including GLBA, FCRA, and ECOA, and coordinating with regional counsel to ensure compliance with other laws including the EU General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ); partnering with business verticals and commercial legal teams on product development from the earliest stages using privacy by design methodologies; providing guidance for the development of data analytics products based on global standards for anonymization and pseudonymization; developing requirements for complex technical infrastructure necessary to support privacy-compliant data analytics and analytical environments, including anonymized environments; identifying business requirements resulting from new and evolving privacy laws and regulations; educating the business on legal developments and controls for the development of data analytics products; and providing guidance and thought leadership on topics including the use of emerging technologies in a privacy-compliant manner.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required STEM degree a plus. JD Degree required. Privacy and data protection experience required. Legal experience in data analytics or big data. Member of the New York State Bar. Expertise in global privacy and data regulatory laws and frameworks; Demonstrated experience and technical familiarity with data analytics, computer science, and/or mathematics; Experience in pseudonymization, anonymization, and de-identification methodologies, including infrastructure requirements; Knowledge of North American credit laws; Familiarity with the financial services industry; Familiarity with emerging technologies and associated privacy implications; Strong analytic capabilities and written and oral communication skills; Exceptional interpersonal skills with proven experience in relationship building and partnering with legal, business, and technical colleagues; and Ability to motivate and influence highly-skilled professionals to achieve major organizational goals.
 
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Global Privacy Counsel
Refer job# ZSJR137641
 
Global Privacy Counsel The candidate will support compliance with data privacy rules and regulations for s global operations, including data protection, data breaches, data across borders, binding corporate rules, and the EU General Data Protection Regulations. Will be based in Coral Springs, Florida and will report to the Deputy General Counsel. Provide proactive strategic leadership and guidance on privacy and data security issues across global legal and compliance teams to drive partnership, knowledge-sharing and efficiency. Advise on compliance and best practices across all aspects of global privacy and data protection law and regulation, including data retention, data security and data breaches. Chair the GDPR Steering Group. Support company engagement with government, industry, and consumer groups on privacy issues. Advise on potential business impact of proposed changes to US, EU and other international privacy and data security laws and regulations. Review collection, use and transfers of user data and draft privacy policies and disclosures. Draft and negotiate privacy and data protection-related provisions of complex commercial and technology contracts, including for strategic business partnerships, outsourcing, data processing, joint ventures, M&A transactions and business dispositions. Creatively build upon and drive awareness around privacy and data security issues, including developing and delivering training. Lead data incident response preparedness, including evolving and practicing the Company s data incident response plan. Oversee Information and Records management including alignment with privacy and security policies. Provide strategic direction and leadership to team and build strong talent and capability aligned to achieve strategic objectives. Ensure teams follow established strategies and deliver on goals and objectives. Should have JD degree or LLM from an accredited law school. Must be licensed to practice law in the US or EU. Should have 10+ years experience, preferably in a global corporate legal department, with substantial focus on consumer and employee privacy and data security legal and compliance issues. Experience building and/or leading corporate privacy and data security program is essential. Should have experience with online, mobile, social networking and digital technology issues. CIPP/E strongly preferred. Technical/systems background a plus. Experience effectively leading, managing and developing team is essential.
 
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