Law, Compliance, Business Ethics and External Affairs (LCBE) is a corporate partner with a dynamic, collaborative and diverse professionals. We provide expertise in legal matters, regulatory monitoring, ethics, government affairs and public policy, as well as investigations related to Prudential and its various businesses. Our collective efforts ensure that Prudential’s products, services and operating practices adhere to relevant laws and regulations, as well as to company policies and business standards. Although Prudential has a rich history of more than 140 years, we’re still a modern organization that is customer and collaboration focused. Each day our work is bringing the breadth and depth of Prudential’s collective capabilities closer to our customers.
We are looking for a motivated and bright individual like you to fulfill a Director, Corporate Counsel, Cyber & Privacy within our dynamic environment. We are looking to showcase your success through initiative, ownership, analysis, communication and teamwork. Your curiosity about emerging trends and practices will stimulate brainstorming discussions with a group of like-minded professionals. This is a terrific opportunity to make a big impact in our organization, so if this sounds exciting, then Cyber & Privacy Law might be the place for you.
- Developing and implementing data privacy and cybersecurity contract forms and handling privacy and cybersecurity-related contract drafting and negotiating.
- Tracking and reporting on laws, regulations and guidance worldwide related to privacy, data use, cybersecurity, and Artificial Intelligence.
- Assessing and responding to data security incidents.
- Conducting legal research, including but not limited to multijurisdictional surveys, and drafting legal memoranda and other forms of user-friendly guidance related to privacy, data use, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence.
- Coordinating with the Compliance, Risk Management and other business lawyers/units on matters related to privacy, data use, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence.
Your Require Skills:
- A minimum of 3 years of corporate, law firm, in-house and/or regulatory legal experience, preferably involving financial services.
- An active license to practice law and, as needed, the ability to qualify for in-house licensure in NJ
- Experience advising on and/or operationalizing legal advice related to complex U.S. and/or foreign privacy or cybersecurity schemes is preferred.
- Excellent research and creative problem-solving skills
- Exceptional interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
- A superior work ethic combined with the ability to consistently maintain high service, quality, efficiency and ethical standards.
- The ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment where coordination and teamwork is a priority.
- Flexibility and a willingness to adapt to changing needs of the organization and/or business clients.