Why We Work at Dun & Bradstreet About the role Are you eager to use your legal and / or compliance competences, project management experience, and communication skills to ensure that our business can comply with complex and evolving data protection requirements?
We are looking for someone who can be a Data Protection Officer (DPO) for our Norwegian and Danish markets and spend part of their time supporting our cross-market privacy and compliance activities.
This role sits within the Global Compliance Organization in the Legal team, and will work closely with Security, Data Governance and Product teams.
You will become part of a Network of around 12 Privacy Officers covering 18 European markets. Your passion : Data protection is close to your heart and you are eager to set high standards for an international data and analytics company.
You are passionate about the legal framework around data protection and curious about challenges organizations are facing here.
Key responsibilities include : As Data Protection Officer for Denmark and Norway you will report directly to the Managing Attorney for European Compliance within the Legal team.
You will have standard DPO tasks under Article 39 GDPR and will be greatly supported by the Global Legal team and our existing corporate procedures in the execution of those tasks.
You will partner with the business and colleagues within the Legal team to contribute to the continuous improvement of our global compliance and ethics program, including our global privacy program, through the development, implementation, demonstration, and oversight of standards and efficient, measurable processes that drive organizational accountability for operating with integrity and the highest standards of business ethics and conduct.
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