Splunk (Sr.) Corporate Counsel: Privacy/Data Protection in San Francisco, California
Job Description: That’s a cool job! I want it!
Splunk Legal is a collaborative team of lawyers and legal professionals who help accelerate Splunk’s success by providing creative and practical answers to cutting-edge legal questions. Splunk Legal delivers solutions that comply with the letter and spirit of the law and enable Splunk to grow its leadership globally.
Splunk is looking for an experienced attorney who can support Splunk’s privacy and data protection initiatives globally. This role presents an exciting opportunity to shape policy and practice inside a big data company, influence product and services development and be a key player in Splunk’s incident response program. This role reports to the Director, Risk Management and Data Protection, and will help ensure that Splunk’s contractual, legal and regulatory obligations to protect data are in place. The attorney will support transactions and operational processes involving privacy data protection, and provide training and advice across the organization about the Splunk’s privacy data protection program and related security requirements. Diligent and proactive, this role will require excellent business judgment and strategic thinking, along with the ability to work independently as well as collaboratively and flexibly in a collegial, fast-paced team environment.
Note: Title of Corporate Counsel or Senior Corporate Counsel will be based on experience in privacy law.
Responsibilities: I want to and can do that!
Work collaboratively with legal and business managers to help identify, develop and implement process improvements related to privacy security
Assist in creating, tracking and updating privacy related notices, policies, standards, guidelines and processes
Monitor Splunk practices to ensure ongoing compliance with applicable laws, policies, guidelines and processes
Perform vendor privacy security risk assessments as part of the Splunk’s vendor risk management program
Draft, review, and negotiate customer vendor contract terms regarding privacy security
Help support Splunk’s incident response team and manage cyber security events
Assist with data mapping, classification and related data management compliance programs
Develop privacy-related training materials and assist with training sessions
Respond to privacy-related customer public inquiries
Help establish and oversee Splunk’s data transfer frameworks and agreements and assist with their annual compliance reviews
Other responsibilities as needed
Requirements: I’ve already done that or have that!
JD degree with excellent academic credentials.
License to practice law in California
At least 5 full years practicing in the field of data privacy and security, in-house experience strongly preferred
Strong understanding of the EU Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Frameworks, GDPR, and APEC CBPR Framework
Prior experience participating in and managing cyber security incident response
Prior experience with HIPAA PCI-DSS FedRAMP strongly preferred
Possess exceptional legal capabilities and judgment
Familiarity with emerging technologies, network and cyber security, infrastructure resiliency, cloud computing
Ability to prioritize and drive multiple initiatives to conclusion independently and in a timely manner
Strong collaboration, organizational and project management skills
Excellent communication skills (oral and written)
Self-motivated, self-reliant, confident, and detail-oriented
A good sense of humor and the ability to adapt to a fast paced and rapidly changing environment
Splunk was founded to pursue a disruptive new vision: make machine data accessible, usable and valuable to everyone. Machine data is one of the fastest growing and most complex areas of big data—generated by every component of IT infrastructures, applications, mobile phone location data, website clickstreams, social data, sensors, RFID and much more.
Splunk is focused specifically on the challenges and opportunity of taking massive amounts of machine data, and providing powerful insights from that data. IT insights. Security insights. Business insights. It’s what we call Operational Intelligence.
Since shipping its software in 2006, Splunk now has over 13,000 customers in more than 110 countries around the world. These organizations are using Splunk to harness the power of their machine data to deepen business and customer understanding, mitigate cybersecurity risk, prevent fraud, improve service performance and reduce costs. Innovation is in our DNA – from technology to the way we do business. Splunk is the platform for Operational Intelligence!
Splunk has more than 2,700 global employees, with headquarters in San Francisco, an office in San Jose, CA and regional headquarters in London and Hong Kong.
We’ve built a phenomenal foundation for success with a proven leadership team, highly passionate employees and unique patented software. We invite you to help us continue our drive to define a new industry and become part of an innovative, and disruptive software company.
Benefits & Perks: Wow! This is really cool!
Medical, full company paid Dental, Vision and Life Insurance, Flexible Spending and Dependent Care Accounts, Commuter Accounts, Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), 401(k), 3 weeks of PTO, sick leave, stocked micro kitchens in Splunk offices, catered lunches on Mondays, catered breakfast on Fridays, basketball hoops, ping pong, arcade games, BBQ’s, soccer, “Fun Fridays”.
Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
Medical, full company paid Dental, Vision and Life Insurance, Flexible Spending and Dependent Care Accounts, Commuter Accounts, Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), 401(k), 3 weeks of PTO and sick leave. Our work environments vary by location however we believe in hosting amenities and fun activities to fuel our energy. You may find fully stocked micro kitchens, catered lunches on Mondays and breakfast on Fridays, basketball hoops, ping pong, arcade games, BBQ’s, soccer and “Fun Fridays”.
This isn’t a job – it’s a life changer – are you ready?
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