Confidentiality & Privacy Consultant

Management Consulting | GPS DC MANAGEMENT
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Position Summary

GPS Confidentiality & Privacy Consultant

Public Services Quality & Risk Management Team is currently seeking a full-time dedicated Consultant to support the strategic direction and operations of the Government & Public Services (GPS) Confidentiality and Privacy Team. Below is a detailed list of responsibilities for this role:

Government & Public Services Confidentiality and Privacy (GPS CP) Consultant:

The GPS CP Consultant will support the GPS CP Team in multiple aspects of Confidentiality and Privacy across GPS. The CP Consultant will also work closely with the US Office of Confidentiality and Privacy (OCP) in various aspects of program development, deployment, and progress reporting. Key responsibilities include the following:

Support all aspects of the Confidential Information (CI) Program

  • Analyze monthly reports to identify new Accounts and Engagements for the CI Program
  • Assist in development and deployment of account and engagement CIIMPs
  • Track CI Program deployments
  • Participate in CIMP training events to bolster awareness and collaboration efforts for the program

Stakeholder Outreach

  • Draft communication content from GPS CP leadership as necessary to provide information, solicit involvement, and highlight resources
  • Develop monthly C&P communication for newsletter
  • Draft regular updates to Government Chief Operating Officer and Quality Risk Management leads, as well as QRM Chief of Staff and CI Champion 

Security Exceptions

  • Facilitate the review, approval, implementation, and eventual revocation of applicable technical information security controls for the GPS industry, including but not limited to:
    • Optical media encryption exceptions
    • USB-connected storage device encryption
    • Outlook Web Access security control exceptions
    • Cloud Collaboration Site Uploads
    • Pre-separation (and other special circumstance) data transfer reviews

Incident Response and Insider Threat Support

  • Manage Device and Non-Device Incident queue
  • Participate in Incident Response and Insider Threat calls as appropriate and by team request
  • Assist teams in reinforcing existing controls, deploying additional controls
  • Track and incorporate lessons learned into future data manager trainings and communications
  • Participate in discussions with other stakeholders (such as Federal Operations, FedSec, OGC, OCP, etc.) in devising risk mitigation strategies for common incident occurrences

Occasional OCP Roles

  • Provide support during yearly Privacy Verification effort including communication, tracking, and assisting engagements through the PV process
  • Provide feedback on selecting accounts for reviews during the annual CI Program Assessment
  • Provide surge support during global incident response as needed
  • Review and contribute to OCP eminence activities (presentations, guidance, etc.)
  • Participate in confidentiality and privacy-related application or tool development, whether at the GPS level or Global level
  • Provide upward feedback on confidentiality program effectiveness and influencing firm-wide policies on security controls

Requirements:

  • 2 years of work experience in Consulting
  • Experience with project management
  • Experience collaborating with teams to complete tasks or deliverables
  • Bachelor’s Degree

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