External In-House Privacy Opportunities
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Posted January 5, 2023
Executive Director & Associate General Counsel, Information Governance & Privacy - Trustmark (Lake Forest, IL)
Trustmark is currently seeking an Executive Director & Associate General Counsel, Information Governance & Privacy to join the team. This is a hybrid work arrangement position. Key Responsibilities include:
- Provide legal advice on all aspects of information law and management, to include privacy, marketing, communications, cybersecurity, emerging technologies, and records management. Document legal requirements, ensure notices and disclosures are legally compliant, and stay up to date on all pertinent regulations and developments as they pertain to Trustmark’s businesses. Develop and participate in governance, investigative and risk management activities as the legal subject matter expert on data confidentiality, security, disclosure, and retention.
- Independently develop templates, review, negotiate and provide response for privacy, security, confidentiality, and cyber-risk contractual terms, including but not limited to, Business Associate Agreements, Data Use and Protection Agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and disclosure, access and exception requests (e.g.: power of attorneys, personal representative appointments, and requests for access or restriction).
- Research and provide legal advice to internal stakeholders on privacy incident response. This includes, but is not limited to, leading investigations directly or hiring and managing outside counsel, drafting external and internal communications in the event of a privacy incident (including responses to law enforcement and regulators as needed), and advising on privacy incident procedures and crisis plans.
- Lead and modernize Trustmark’s record retention program to include advising business units on data retention, destruction and minimization, including as it relates to e-discovery and internal communications.