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Compliance Lead Req 39009BR, Aetna, Hartford CT

Mar 24, 2017
Privacy Managers will be responsible for working with business and functional areas across Aetna to address privacy regulatory requirements and ethical/reputational concerns in the development and operation of services, products and Read More

Manager, Privacy, PG&E, San Francisco, CA

Mar 22, 2017
The team provides crucial subject-matter guidance and support to the enterprise to ensure the understanding of risks around, threats to, analysis of, strategy for and overall management of privacy and associated data. Read More

Privacy Analyst III, Nike, Inc, Beaverton, OR

Mar 22, 2017
As a Privacy Analyst III, you will be involved in the review of digital consumer products to ensure proper privacy controls exist for consumer experiences. Through your analysis you will be delivering guidance to ensure consumer experiences are consistent with Nike privacy principles, as well as global and regional laws. You will be encouraging privacy best practices through consistent analysis, feedback, and follow-through with product and engineering teams. Critical to your success will be your ability to liaise with other team members and with the Legal department to maintain subject matter expertise, contribute to team knowledge, and maintain consistency with our business partners. The team will look to you as the Nike Privacy representative in day-to-day activities with Nike business, legal, and technology stakeholders. Read More

Privacy Analyst II, Nike, Inc, Beaverton, OR

Mar 22, 2017
NIKE, Inc. is on a mission to evolve our digital business and our Global Privacy Team. We’re looking for world-class talent to join our diverse, passionate, and purpose-driven team. If you’re dynamic, action-oriented, collaborative, thoughtful, and have deep technical privacy experience, you’ll fit right in with the team that helps Nike earn and deserve consumer trust. Read More

Privacy Analyst, Booz Allen Hamilton, Washington, DC

Mar 20, 2017
Key Role Description: Perform multiple privacy tasks including periodic privacy reviews of IT systems, programs, and new or revised policies. Draft Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA) and System of Records Notices (SORN). Draft and review privacy policies, procedures, guidelines, and training material. Basic Qualifications: 2+ years of experience with federal privacy compliance 2+ years of experience with drafting PIAs and SORNs Experience with applying Privacy Act requirements to a federal... Read More

Privacy Analyst, Senior, Booz Allen Hamilton, Washington, DC

Mar 13, 2017
Key Role Description: Review, analyze, and draft privacy policy and procedures. Work with system owners and business managers to draft Privacy Threshold Analysis (PTA), Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA), and System of Records Notices (SORN). Review and analyze vendor contracts for privacy and security protections. Manage the full life–cycle of privacy incident response activities from initial reporting to final remediation. Review and analyze current and pending legislation and federal privacy r... Read More

Data Protection & Privacy Lawyer EMEA, American Express, London

Mar 10, 2017
Right now we have an exciting opportunity for a lawyer who will have responsibility for EMEA Data Protection within the Global Privacy Legal team, based in London. More specifically, the lawyer will be responsible for helping to support, initiate and drive efforts to provide best-in-class data protection-focused legal advice across the American Express (AXP) enterprise to ensure compliance with applicable EU, Middle East and Africa data protection laws, rules and regulations. The lawyer will report to the Chief Privacy Counsel within the General Counsel’s Organisation (GCO) here at American Express. This lawyer will interface with GCO colleagues internationally on in-country and cross-border privacy and data protection-related legal issues, as well as work collaboratively to support internal business clients. Read More

According to a Big Data-focused jobs board, data privacy gigs are up 31 percent.

The Privacy Advisor, December 2013.
Big Data Jobs Board Sees Privacy Jobs Growing Fastest