Privacy Consultant - Strategy, Privacy, and Risk Advisory | Remote US
Advisory Services – Strategy/Privacy/Risk /
Regular Full Time
Coalfire is on a mission to make the world a safer place by solving our clients’ hardest cybersecurity challenges. We work at the cutting edge of technology to advise, assess, automate, and ultimately help companies navigate the ever-changing cybersecurity landscape. We are headquartered in Denver, Colorado with offices across the U.S. and U.K., and we support clients around the world.
But that’s not who we are – that’s just what we do.
We are thought leaders, consultants, and cybersecurity experts, but above all else, we are a team of passionate problem-solvers who are hungry to learn, grow, and make a difference.
And we’re growing fast.
We are looking for a Privacy Consultant to join Coalfire's Strategy, Privacy, and Risk Advisory team.
The Strategy, Privacy, Risk Advisory (SPR) Consultant (Privacy SME) will work as part of a team assessing the security, privacy and risk of client firms to best provide advice on cybersecurity programs, industry requirements and standards, and support remediation activities. This role will have a strong understanding of privacy regulations (state, national, and global), and the ability to perform assessments and lead interviews. They will develop plans, policies, and reports for clients. They will work closely with Project Managers, Directors and other Delivery team members to effectively manage project timelines and deliverables.
What You'll Do
- The Privacy SME Consultant is expected to leverage their technical and business experience with the following areas of responsibility:
- Develop engagement methodologies to enhance our client privacy offerings
- Serve as a Privacy Thought Leader on engagements including assessment plan preparation, review of technical plans, documentation and evidence, evaluation of procedures, and client interviews.
- Support and guide information security, privacy, and risk discussions with technical and non-technical groups
- Identify enterprise information security, privacy and compliance related problems and challenges; research and develop technical solutions to rectify them
- Perform information risk, security and related compliance assessments, including testing of related controls
- Develop and operationalize enterprise information security and privacy programs and related components
- Prepare and review advisory or assessment findings and recommendations reports
- Assess cyber-related policy, procedures, legislation, and implementation directives
- Assess and remediate compliance with industry regulations and frameworks across multiple industries that are relevant to cybersecurity (e.g. NIST CSF, PCI, SOX 404, HIPAA, ISO, FEDRAMP, GLB, CCPA, GDPR)
- Continuous professional development in maintaining industry specific certifications to maintain a strong depth of knowledge in the practice area.
What You'll Bring
- At least 2 (2+) years working experience in cyber security and privacy
- Consulting experience or security experience in an industry segment (finance, healthcare, energy, technology, etc.) Cyber Incident Response Experience
- Knowledge and awareness of the latest information risk, security and privacy innovations, trends, challenges and solutions
- Exposure to industry acclaimed information governance, risk and security standards/frameworks and professional practices (NIST, ISO, CIS, etc.)
- Knowledge of the typical enterprise risk and security operational practices
- Knowledge of information security related solutions, tools and utilities
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering or related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience
- Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities
- Strong oral, written, and presentation skills
- Ability to work independently and time-manage
- CIPM, CIPP (or other privacy-related certification)
- CISM, CCSK, CIPP, CISA, CGEIT, or CRISC certification(s)
- AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform certification(s) and experience
Why You'll Want to Join Us
At Coalfire, you’ll find the support you need to thrive personally and professionally. In many cases, we provide a flexible work model that empowers you to choose when and where you’ll work most effectively – whether you’re at home or an office.
Regardless of location, you’ll experience a company that prioritizes connection and wellbeing and be part of a team where people care about each other and our communities. You’ll have opportunities to join employee resource groups, participate in in-person and virtual events, and more. And you’ll enjoy competitive perks and benefits to support you and your family, like paid parental leave, flexible time off, certification and training reimbursement, digital mental health and wellbeing support membership, and comprehensive insurance options.
At Coalfire, equal opportunity and pay equity is integral to the way we do business. A reasonable estimate of the compensation range for this role is $64,000 to $112,00 based on national salary averages. The actual salary offer to the successful candidate will be based on job-related education, geographic location, training, licensure and certifications and other factors. You may also be eligible to participate in annual incentive, commission, and/or recognition programs. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.