Accenture Data Privacy and Ethics Manager in Overland Park, Kansas
We are a leading partner to the world’s major cloud providers. The formation of Accenture Cloud First, with a $3 billion investment over three years, demonstrates our commitment to deliver greater value to our clients when they need it most. Our Cloud First multi-service group of more than 70,000 cloud professionals delivers a full stack of integrated cloud capabilities like data, edge, integrated infrastructure and applications, deep ecosystem skills, culture of change along with pre-configured industry solutions to shape, move, build and operate our clients’ businesses in the cloud. We combine world-class learning and talent development expertise; deep experience in cloud change management; and cloud-ready operating models with a commitment to responsible business by design — with security, data privacy, responsible use of artificial intelligence, sustainability and ethics and compliance built into the fundamental changes Accenture helps companies achieve.
As part of our Data & AI group, you will lead technology innovation for our clients through robust delivery of world-class solutions. There will never be a typical day and that’s why people love it here. The opportunities to make a difference within exciting client initiatives are unlimited in the ever-changing technology landscape.
You will be part of a highly collaborative and growing network of technology and data experts, who are taking on today’s biggest, most complex business challenges using the latest data and analytics technologies. We will nurture your talent in an inclusive culture that values diversity.
You wil have opportunity to work within the Global Data Privacy and Ethics practice and will play an integral role in helping our clients ensure they are mitigating risk by developing and executing transformation strategies focused on data privacy, including efficiently integrating and managing new or existing data management technologies across their data landscape
In this role you will focus on on assessing, designing, and implementing data privacy and ethics capabilities including data classification, discovery, op model, building trust in models, and implementing privacy enhancing technologies to enable analytics (e.g., encryption, de-identification, federated learning and synthetic data set generation) and to minimize risk
What you need:
Minimum of 7 years of experience in the data privacy field
Minimum of 7 years of experience with some combination of NIST, HIPAA, COBIT, GDPR, CCPA or other industry recognized information security/privacy standards and industry leading practices.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience (minimum of 12 years), or an Associate degree with a minimum of 6 years of equivalent work experience.
Bonus points if you have:
Demonstrated knowledge and/or a proven record of success managing projects relating to the defining and assessing Data democratization, privacy regulation and data use
CIPP / M / T certified
Experience related to implementing data architecture standards, technology requirements, classification and discovery tooling needed to implement a comprehensive privacy and ethics program
Hands on implementation and experience preferred on industry solutions and knowledge of technologies available in the marketplace
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