QualificationsCertified Information Systems AuditorCISSPInformation securityCloud computingRisk managementBachelor’s degree
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent practical experience with security, privacy, compliance, or risk management.
Experience with cloud computing services.
Experience with global cloud regulatory compliance frameworks.
Experience of working in audit, technology risk, and compliance functions within the financial services or life sciences .
Relevant professional certifications (e.g., CISA, CISSP, CISM, CIPP, CIPM, CCSP, related international, or information security certifications).
Experience in engaging with regulatory authorities.
Experience with managing one or more security, privacy, and compliance programs (e.g., common controls frameworks, risk assessments).
Experience consulting or with internal regulatory compliance enabling.
Knowledge of cloud computing and relevant compliance practices in Europe related to security and privacy.
About the job
Enterprise Trust team is responsible for promoting trust and transparency with Google Cloud Enterprise customers. Our responsibilities include global support for all compliance, privacy and trust-related engagements with customers and their regional regulators (e.g., addressing customer’s regulatory compliance challenges throughout the customer journey, thereby enabling and accelerating cloud adoption).
As a Strategic Trust Lead, you will drive and facilitate security, privacy, trust, and compliance engagements with large strategic enterprise customers.
Lead, drive, and facilitate security, privacy, trust, and compliance engagements (leadership briefings, due diligence compliance validations, audits, and data center inspections, regulatory reviews, etc.) with strategic customers.
Collaborate with cross-functional teams to deliver trust and compliance engagements and address customers’ risk and compliance requirements to accelerate and enable adoption of Google Cloud services.
Build and maintain scalable delivery and execution processes and playbooks for trust and compliance engagements for strategic customers.
Deliver reporting utilizing tools to track planning, scheduling, issues, risks, and overall status of strategic customer engagements.
Travel as needed.
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