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MUFG Americas Legal Department is seeking an enterprise level data privacy and data protection attorney with financial industry expertise.
Analyze, apply and identify business requirements resulting from existing, new and evolving, federal, state, and local laws (as well as government and industry standards and guidelines) related to data processing activities (including data privacy and data protection), applicable to the enterprise's operations (including, CCPA, GLB, NIST, FFIEC, PCI DSS, FCRA, FCC and FTC consumer privacy rules, TCPA, TSR, UDAAP and HIPAA).
Advise on and help assess data privacy and data protection risks associated with products and services, technology products, systems, networks, and operations in diversified financial services.
Advise on data breach response and notification; consistent with applicable federal, state and international laws; work closely with the regulatory affairs office in managing related communications, coordination, and technical assistance with federal, state, and non-U.S. officials and law enforcement.
Advise and work closely with information security, risk, crisis management and compliance managers (including the enterprise's privacy office and the incident management team) and other corporate support functions and practice group attorneys, and support them in the identification of risks, development of strategies and practical operational processes towards data privacy and data protection (including defense, preparedness and response).
Review, draft and negotiate (when applicable): (i) third party contractual provisions; (ii) BAAs and (iii) corporate policies and standards, related to data privacy and data protection requirements applicable to financial institutions.
Assist business lines and other support functions with addressing data subject and government requests for information while effectively managing conflict of laws issues arising from cross border data transfers.
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