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Data Risk Advisor

We are looking for a motivated, passionate individual who will embrace the challenge of helping organizations understand and manage Data Risk. The Data Risk Advisor will assist senior advisors in understanding client risks, developing solutions, and presenting the findings to senior level leadership.

Infolock Advisory Services is a specialized team that delivers actionable, high value data risk management solutions to our clients. As part of a tightly knit team, the Data Risk Advisor is expected to work closely and professionally with multiple internal and customer points of contact to ensure the delivery of only the highest quality work.

Location: Flexible with a preference for Washington, DC or Virginia Beach, VA

What’s In It For You:
  • Hands on experience helping some of the largest and most complex companies in the world
  • The opportunity to work in one of the fastest and most rewarding fields in the information space
  • Education on the latest industry risks and solutions, including Infolock’s Data Risk Management Best Practice framework and assessment methodology
  • Early entry into a new and fast-growing practice
  • No drama workplace, allows remote work/flexibility and autonomy
  • Working in a fast-growing company with virtually no turnover
  • Four (4) weeks PTO, paid holidays, health, vision, and dental coverage, 401(k) benefits, and eligibility for stock options
What We’re Looking For:
  • Bachelor’s degree required plus 2+ of relevant work experience
  • Experience in troubleshooting complex issues
  • Strong system communication, presentation and document creation skills
  • Familiarity with diverse data management requirements (HIPAA, CIS Critical 20, GDPR, SOX, PCI, NIST, etc.)
  • Ability to quickly consume and assess information in a rapidly evolving industry
  • A forward thinking, problem solving mindset the relishes the challenge of tackling one of the most complex problems of the digital age — understanding and managing data risk