hero

Memphis Job Opportunities

42
companies
605
Jobs

Sr. Systems Specialist (Privacy and Data Security)

AutoZone

AutoZone

Memphis, TN, USA
Posted on Tuesday, February 6, 2024

Summary:

AutoZone is looking for a Privacy and Data Security Professional who has an understanding of privacy, governance, and assessment of enterprise portfolio management, cybersecurity, regulatory, vendor management, and data management. This person will be responsible for the execution, and delivery of ITGRC programs to mature the privacy, governance, risk and compliance practices at AutoZone. We need a passionate individual who can scale across roles and is flexible to work with a diverse team.

Responsibilities:

· Collaborate with Legal and others to further design and deploy solutions to foster growth and improvement of AutoZone’s privacy and governance and risk management framework.

· Identify and manage regulatory, industry, and contractual information security obligations as they relate to Privacy.

· Respond to Data Subject Rights Requests (DSAR)

· Execute Data Privacy Impact Assessments (DPIA)

· Act as a Subject Matter Expert related to Privacy activities.

· Support Internal and External audit activities.

· Assist and coordinate the internal risk identification and mitigation treatment activity.

· Develop gap assessments and remediations as appropriate.

· Support, influence, and maintain internal information technology policy and standards.

· Stay abreast of industry requirements and regulatory changes affecting privacy, technology, and recommend appropriate changes to ensure strategic alignment with enterprise objectives.

· Development and socialization of impactful and transparent risk metrics and reporting capabilities.

· Assess current governance practices and recommend and implement approved scalable solutions.

· Participate in special projects and duties as required.

Requirements:

· 2-5 years of Privacy / Data Security/ IT security / risk management / or IT Audit.

· Prior experience in supporting CCPA/CPRA, LGPD, GDPR.

· Knowledge of technologies used to collect, share, access and use personal data such as cookies, web beacons, data warehouse, and web analytic and decision support software.

· Experience with the OneTrust platform.

· Understanding of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.

· Possesses an understanding of underlying IT infrastructure, architecture, governance, risk management, and information security concepts.

· Strong understanding of vendor management techniques and the associated interrelation with privacy.

· Strong communication skills and the ability to coordinate well with team members.

Qualifications Preferred:

· Bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology, or related field.

· Certifications (one or more preferred): CIPP Series, CGEIT, CISSP, CISM, CISA, CRISC,

PMP.

privacy, governance, risk and compliance practices at AutoZone. We need a passionate individual who can scale across roles and is flexible to work with a diverse team.

Responsibilities:

· Collaborate with Legal and others to further design and deploy solutions to foster growth and improvement of AutoZone’s privacy and governance and risk management framework.

· Identify and manage regulatory, industry, and contractual information security obligations as they relate to Privacy.

· Respond to Data Subject Rights Requests (DSAR)

· Execute Data Privacy Impact Assessments (DPIA)

· Act as a Subject Matter Expert related to Privacy activities.

· Support Internal and External audit activities.

· Assist and coordinate the internal risk identification and mitigation treatment activity.

· Develop gap assessments and remediations as appropriate.

· Support, influence, and maintain internal information technology policy and standards.

· Stay abreast of industry requirements and regulatory changes affecting privacy, technology, and recommend appropriate changes to ensure strategic alignment with enterprise objectives.

· Development and socialization of impactful and transparent risk metrics and reporting capabilities.

· Assess current governance practices and recommend and implement approved scalable solutions.

· Participate in special projects and duties as required.

Requirements:

· 2-5 years of Privacy / Data Security/ IT security / risk management / or IT Audit.

· Prior experience in supporting CCPA/CPRA, LGPD, GDPR.

· Knowledge of technologies used to collect, share, access and use personal data such as cookies, web beacons, data warehouse, and web analytic and decision support software.

· Experience with the OneTrust platform.

· Understanding of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.

· Possesses an understanding of underlying IT infrastructure, architecture, governance, risk management, and information security concepts.

· Strong understanding of vendor management techniques and the associated interrelation with privacy.

· Strong communication skills and the ability to coordinate well with team members.

Qualifications Preferred:

· Bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology, or related field.

· Certifications (one or more preferred): CIPP Series, CGEIT, CISSP, CISM, CISA, CRISC,

PMP.