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Overview of the opportunity:
The "PRIM" Privacy, Regulatory and Information Management practice within KPMG’s Forensic Risk Consulting group is a dedicated and passionate team working across the country serving a variety of clients, including financial services, health care and private sector business operating across multiple jurisdictions to assist with their privacy program needs. We have former privacy lawyers, technologists, archivists, data scientists, privacy and information management specialists, some of whom have experience in working for privacy regulators and also served as global Chief Privacy Officers.
The Forensic Group is a fast-growing area for KPMG that provides multidisciplinary services, including litigation support, cyber investigation, data analytics, privacy advisory services, records and information management, quantification of damages, financial crime, review of insurance claims, advice on fraud risk management strategies, compliance with contracts and other similar assignments.
Our PRIM team is interested in hiring a Senior Consultant to join its practice in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and enjoys a fast paced environment to learn and grow. We are looking for candidates who are independent, self-starters to help build and strengthen our current capabilities in providing our clients modern, pragmatic and automated solutions to managing privacy risks. This includes operationalizing privacy programs, end-to-end, as part of large-scale digital transformation strategies that focus on data risk mitigation, as well as responding to regulatory investigations. Our exclusive Privacy by Design Certification Program is going global and we have a proven track record of demonstrating proof of compliance for a number of clients with emerging technologies and information management needs.
The successful incumbent shall be responsible for providing a variety of privacy and information management services, including:
Privacy program design & training, implementation and automation
Privacy by Design assessments & certifications, audits and reviews, especially for emerging technologies (e.g. AI, facial recognition, surveillance)
Privacy and information management target operating models
Records and information management reviews, strategies and solutions
Data lifecycle reviews and data protection solutions
Data mapping & inventories
What you will do:
Consent management strategies and solutions
Participating in the development and execution of advisory service plans, information risk management strategies; business cases; cost-benefit analysis and benefits realization deliverables;
Supporting the delivery of internal audit advisory, internal control, governance, policy and regulatory compliance projects and/or Client presentations;
Designing and delivering of change leadership, training, communication and organizational awareness projects associated with the effective management of information as an organizational asset;
Assisting with business and practice development efforts, proposals, marketing material, internal and external presentations, blogging and/or white paper development;
What you bring to this role:
Bilingual is an asset and preferred
Successful completion of a professional or graduate degree in business, privacy, technology, computer science, library and information science, data analytics, or law
IAPP certification(s) preferred
ARMA, AIIM, and/or DAMA certified preferred
Minimum 2 years of relevant professional work experience;
Understanding and application of the following principles, frameworks and methodologies within the context of privacy and information management:
Privacy by Design
Generally Accepted Privacy Principles (GAPP)
CSA Model Code, Fair Information Principles
Canadian privacy laws, regulations, and the GDPR
Industry standards such as: ISO 27001-27002 and NIST
National and international standards and regulatory guidance on ethical AI, machine learning and other emerging technologies
Leading practice information risk assessment, maturity and benchmarking approaches
Leading information management, compliance and governance frameworks
GRC technologies and process automation capabilities is an asset
Solid knowledge of PowerPoint, Excel, Microsoft Visio, Adobe applications, and SharePoint
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