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Venable LLP’s Technology & Innovation Group seeks a Privacy Data Analyst to join the Venable Blue team in the Washington, D.C., New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco office. The Privacy Data Analyst, works on and supports all aspects of client-based projects related to privacy program management, privacy operations, and regulatory response. This is a non-attorney position.
This role will help bring efficiency to how clients respond to regulatory compliance requests, including data gathering, automation of regulatory responses, and measuring operational effectiveness of privacy safeguards. This will include gap analysis and actionable recommendations for improvements in quality and accuracy.
The Privacy Data Analyst will work on and support the delivery of various workstreams such as Safeguard Maintenance, Safeguard Development, Program Management, and Audit Support.
Key responsibilities include working with clients to:
The salary range for Privacy Data Analyst positions is $85,000 - $120,000, depending upon relevant experience, education, other related considerations, and needs of the organization