Organization: Accenture Federal Services
Location: Arlington, VA
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Accenture Federal Services is looking for an experienced Cybersecurity Senior Counsel who will support internal and client-facing operations. Our successful candidate will partner with legal, business, and technical leadership to interpret and apply cybersecurity regulations and policy across the company’s operations and lines of business.
Manage cybersecurity incident analysis & response
Design and help implement policies, procedures, and tools related to cybersecurity
Support contracting teams to understand and mitigate contractual and delivery risk related to cybersecurity
Advise the business on the application of cybersecurity considerations to emerging technologies like AI and blockchain
Provide strong collaboration with CIO & CISO to anticipate and address cyber threats, risk and compliance
Develop and deliver cybersecurity training to targeted audiences
Here Is What You Need:
Bachelors Degree and Juris Doctorate
10+ years of legal experience
5+ years of of legal cyber experience
Experience with cybersecurity regulations applicable to federal government contractors
Experience with cyber incident management
Active member of a state bar
Bonus Points If:
Knowledge of federal government contracting regulations and environment
Experience with internal investigations
Relevant experience with law firm or corporate legal department
Ability to communicate complex legal issues in an understandable and persuasive manner to technical and business leaders at all organizational levels
Ability to work cooperatively as part of a cross-functional team
Ability to work effectively in a virtual environment, leveraging telephonic, electronic, and face-to-face communications skills
US Citizenship Required
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