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Other/Counsel/In House/Minnetonka, Minnesota

Company Name:
BITSOFT INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Chief Privacy Officer/Senior Privacy Counsel
The candidate leads and coordinates the Company's enterprise-wide strategy and program, working closely with the business segment privacy officers and legal teams, to ensure compliance with privacy regulations in the Company's domestic and international operations. Establishes enterprise-wide privacy policies and procedures. Coordinates with the Chief Information Security Officer to ensure alignment between security and privacy practices. Conducts risk analyses of the privacy environment and infrastructure. Identifies and implements best practices relating to privacy compliance programs. Develops metrics to assess performance and improvement. Manages privacy and data security incidents in conjunction with the Chief Information Security Officer (Information Risk Management) and the business units, and overseeing associated corrective actions. Facilitates training, awareness and communication of privacy and security issues across the enterprise. Monitors and comments on proposed legislation, and ensures the Company is apprised of all privacy and data security related legal developments that affect operations. Ensures the company maintains appropriate privacy and confidentiality consent forms, authorization forms, and information notices and materials. Advances the Company's interests through engagement with external privacy organizations; and coordinates enterprise communications and management reporting on privacy issues. Should have a J.D. degree and active attorney license. Should have 8+ years of experience with privacy and related legal issues with proven history of successful results in managing privacy issues. Health care industry experience preferred. Demonstrated breadth and depth of knowledge of privacy and data security laws and issues essential.

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