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Kolkata, WB
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Role Description Assess and establish Client Data Protection controls and standards on client engagements to reduce business risk to Accenture, our clients and our clientsclients. Assess Client Data Protection controls and activities being performed across all client engagements Work with the client teams to develop action plans based on assessment findings and work to close identified gaps Assist client teams with Client Data Protection methodologies and best practices Contribute to the Client Data Protection control points and standard deliverables by providing reviews and recommending enhancements Develop relationships with Data Protection and Security Leads in order to roll out and maintain the Client Data Protection program Monitor the sales cycle for new deals and provide support with regard to Client Data Protection controls and standards Compliance auditing Collaboration to develop risk mitigation strategies Must Have Skills/Qualifications (Type of work experience, skills, residency requirement, etc.) Security certification such as CISA, CISM, and/or CISSP. Experience managing risk / compliance programs Ability, through proven experience, to deal with difficult situations and provide assistance to client teams and Accenture leadership Ability to relate to other people at a high level throughout the organization, providing advice and guidance on policies and best practice Experience interacting with Leadership
Additional Degree: BA (Arts) | B.Com. (Commerce) | B.Pharm. (Pharmacy) | B.Plan. (Planning) | B.Sc. (Science) | BBA/ BBM/ BBS | BCA (Computer Application) | Diploma-Other Diploma | B.Ed. (Education) | BHM (Hotel Management)

Experience: 5-10


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