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Lead Attorney for EMEA Privacy/Security

Intel


Location:
Swindon, UK
Date:
08/18/2017
2017-08-182017-09-16
Job Code:
JR0034125
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Lead Attorney for EMEA Privacy/Security Careers at Intel in Swindon,
   
Job ID: JR0034125
Job Category: Legal
Primary Location: Swindon, UK
Other Locations: Germany, Munich;
Job Type: Experienced Hire

Lead Attorney for EMEA Privacy/Security

Job Description

Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:

- Contributing to our ongoing mission to create a world-class privacy and security legal organization for Intel

- Spearheading legal support for Intel's compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation GDPR effective May 2018

- Leading a team of internal and/or external Privacy/Security advisors in EMEA

- Counselling clients on all aspects of domestic and international laws concerning privacy, data security, and cyber security

- Assisting business teams on incorporating privacy by design into products/services and adopting innovative privacy solutions from inception to end-of-life

- Advising business teams on various types of privacy plans, compliance, data security and data breach management

- Providing privacy and security due diligence and integration for acquired companies

- Researching and tracking global privacy and security legislation, evolving regulations and enforcement and translating that into practical advice

- Training employees and other attorneys on privacy and security legal compliance

- Working with the Global Public Policy team, other attorneys, the Intel Privacy Office, and other colleagues as necessary, regarding new laws, regulations, and guidelines that may affect Intel's business.


Qualifications

This position requires the following experience and personal skills:

- A minimum of seven years of legal experience or equivalent as a privacy lawyer and a passion for the subject

- Qualified to practice law in an EU Member State

- Strong communication, negotiation and contract drafting skills

- Strong substantive knowledge of global privacy and data security laws, and global cybersecurity laws

- Consistent good judgment and ability to apply legal knowledge to help create practical business solutions

- Ability to work well under pressure with diligence, organization, and minimal supervision and provide practical advice to clients

- Ability to manage a diverse and complex workload while maintaining priorities and proactively anticipating issues

- Strong team management and collaboration skills and approaches work with flexibility and a positive attitude and constructively manages change

- Experience in the computer industry and/or in-house legal work would be an added advantage, as well as IAPP certification

Inside this Business Group

Law and Policy Group offers unique opportunities to work in a variety of areas, including counsel to Intel businesses; technology and intellectual property licensing; patent prosecution; trademarks and brands; litigation, mergers, acquisitions and investing; legislative and regulatory lobbying; and corporate compliance.



Other Locations

Germany, Munich;


Position of Trust. This role is a Position of Trust. Should you accept this position, you must consent to and pass an extended Background Investigation, which includes (subject to country law), extended education, SEC sanctions, and additional criminal and civil checks. For internals, this investigation may or may not be completed prior to starting the position. For additional questions, please contact your Talent Consultant.

   

As an electronics industry innovator and a leader in corporate responsibility, we look for ways to apply our technology to address global challenges while serving as a role model for how companies should operate.

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