Chief Data Privacy Officer
Company: B.F. Saul Company
Posted on: April 3, 2021
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Data Privacy Officer Location Bethesda, MD Job Category Compliance
Overview The Chief Data Privacy Officer (CDPO) will oversee the
privacy programs at various B.F. Saul entities, including Chevy
Chase Trust Company, ASB Capital Management LLC, B.F. Saul Company
and Saul Centers. This enterprise-wide position will oversee
privacy policies and security programs for financial institutions,
as well as hospitality, residential and retail entities. Primary
responsibilities include overseeing compliance with data privacy
laws and regulations, establishing privacy standards and policies,
and implementing the companies' compliance and operational risk
framework for privacy. The CDPO will develop, enhance and execute
key program pillars, including but not limited to, a customer
information security program, incident response plans, business
impact analysis and business resumption plans. The CDPO will also
be responsible for third-party due diligence programs and serve as
the lead subject matter expert for privacy-related projects, and be
expected to identify, assess, and monitor regulatory developments
and industry best practices. Duties & Responsibilities Develop and
maintain enterprise-wide privacy processes, policies, standards,
and procedures, including but not limited to:
- Ensure that policies comply with applicable laws and
regulations with respect to the use and disclosure of nonpublic
personal information, such as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and the
European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDP). Such
functions will include responsibility for:
- Notices of policy practices to clients and customers
- Authorization forms for permitted use of clients and customers
- Policies regarding individual requests for access to protected
- Administration of recordkeeping and administrative
- Privacy practices for mobile, online and digital assets
- In coordination with applicable business lines, development of
Customer Information Security Programs, to include:
- Ongoing maintenance of a data inventory process. Develop and
administer ongoing data risk classification and coordinate with the
business lines to ensure adequate privacy controls are in place and
- Administer and oversee a data loss prevention program. Develop
monitoring controls to provide reasonable assurance that protected
data is not being handle in unauthorized ways.
- Administer a third-party vendor review program. Work with
business lines to conduct due diligence on new vendors to ensure
that the vendor meets enterprise standards for protection of
confidential data and monitor current vendors to ensure they
continue to meet the enterprise's standards.
- conduct threat assessments regarding protected data and
recommend improvements to the various audit committees within the
- Develop and administer incident response programs for the
various entities by coordinating with business lines in updating
and testing the incident response program and serving as leader of
the Incident Response Team in the event of a breach.
- Coordinate with business lines and compliance functions on
updating and implementing identity theft policies and
- Work with Information Technology to update and maintain
Business Impact Analysis and Business Resumption Plans.
- Conduct and administer training programs that cover privacy
practices and data protection.
- Complete other responsibilities, as assigned. Qualifications &
- Bachelor's degree required from an accredited college or
- Minimum of 10 years' experience in privacy compliance or
- Strong knowledge of data privacy requirements and principles
(e.g. Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act & General Data Protection Regulation
(EU) and cybersecurity and information security rules).
- Strong research, analysis, problem-solving, and decision-making
skills with ability to identify privacy risks and issues for
escalation to management, as necessary.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, including verbal and written
- Experience leading or managing a team.
- Proven track record of project and process development,
implementation and project management to lead and contribute to
projects involving privacy risk.
- Experience prioritizing and managing multiple projects with
varying deadlines in a dynamic and rapidly-changing
- Advanced Excel, Word, and PowerPoint skills.
- Privacy or Security certification (e.g. CIPP, CIPM, CIPT, or
CISSP) a plus.
- Project Management certification or experience a plus.
- Background in the financial services industry preferred. Equal
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