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There are no Divas in Privacy: How you can enter the Privacy Profession

The privacy job market is booming! Chief Privacy Officer, Data Protection Officer, Chief Data Officer, Privacy Engineer, GDPR Expert, CCPA Consultant, Data Privacy Counsel, Privacy Risk Officer… And this is just to get started. Do a vacancy search with the word ‘Privacy’ on LinkedIn or most job-search boards and you will be shown a huge variety of functions around the world for new and seasoned privacy professionals.

Paul Breitbarth and K Royal invited the founder and CEO of TRU Staffing Partners, Jared Coseglia, to join them on the Serious Privacy Podcast. Coseglia and TRU have placed over 3000 professionals in full-time and temporary positions. Breitbarth and Royal wanted to get a sense of the privacy job market, but to also discover insight about landing a position in privacy for people who are new to the field or transitioning. As a former theatre director, there was some curiosity on whether Coseglia's skills transitioned into managing privacy professionals. Listen in as they discuss some of the expectations for privacy professionals, such as a love of reading a lot given the massive amount of information related to personal data that seems to change often, HERE!

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TRU Tips

Exclusively retaining a staffing agency indicates to candidates that an employer is serious about the search.

TOP 3 Career Questions To Reflect On Over Thanksgiving
  • Am I happy in my current position with my current employer?
  • Am I valued and recognized for my contributions?
  • Do I have a clear path to career advancement?
Wednesday, 25 November 2020, 12:38
TRU Tips

Privacy jobs are shifting to corporate and away from law firms.

TOP 3 Reasons Privacy Jobs Are Moving From Law Firms To Corporations
  • Privacy's value is beginning to supersede simply compliance and beginning to now affect brand reputation.
  • Necessity for repeatable processes in privacy by design demands talent in greater abundance for corporations.
  • Outside counsel is too expensive and certain outsourced tasks can/should be internalized as they are not holistically legal functions.
Wednesday, 18 November 2020, 13:48
Publications
Privacy's Rising Stakes May Be Changing In-House's Relationship With Outside Counsel

Corporate legal departments have often relied on outside counsel to help navigate an increasingly complicated landscape of global privacy laws. But as updates like California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 continue to roll in, companies may find it more cost effective to engage the services of contract workers or even long-term hires. Legaltech News reporter Frank Ready asked TRU's Jared Coseglia for his input.

Jared Coseglia quoted in Legaltech News

Monday, 16 November 2020, 11:07