Manager, Cyber Security Services - Strategy & Governance - Privacy - Seattle, Washington, United States, 98101
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KPMG is currently seeking a Manager in Technology Enablement for our Consulting practice.
- Provide guidance and share knowledge with team members and participate in performing procedures, especially focusing on complex, judgmental, and/or specialized data protection and privacy issues
- Plan engagement objectives, strategize to comply with professional standards, and mitigate risks inherent in the engagement
- Review work performed by the engagement team and maintain relationships with client account leadership to manage expectations of service, including work products, timing, and services to be delivered
- Manage the execution of Information Security and privacy inherent to client engagements
- Identify technological opportunities and evaluate the Information Security and privacy impacts on the client's business
- Demonstrate excellent project management skills, promote teamwork and individual accountability with engagement team members, and use available technology, tools, and KPMG Information Security assets to enhance the effectiveness of deliverables and services
- A minimum of five years of experience with regulatory requirements and compliance issues in at least one of the following areas: PCI GLBA, EU Data Protection Directive, and International Cross Border & US State Data Privacy Laws
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university or equivalent experience and seven years of work experience with at least two years in an Information Security leadership role; Master's degree and a minimum of five years of related work experience with at least two years in an Information Security leadership role is preferred
- CIPP or CIPP/IT certified; non-certified hires are required to become certified within a minimum of one year from the date of hire
- Experience with Information Governance and Information Security Strategy plans, and assessments using industry framework, such as ISO 27002 or NIST 800:53
- Advanced written and verbal communication and presentation skills, teamwork and client service skills
- Travel may be up to 80-100%, work in a fast paced, results driven environment, grasp new technology, and contribute at a rapid pace
- Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States without the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future
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