Data Privacy Analyst

  • full_time
  • Germany


If you have fallen and risen, if you have broken and fixed, if you have dreamt and built, then you have grit. Then we speak the same language. Welcome to the Wolfpack.
About CloudWalk:
We are one of the fastest growing fintechs on the planet. We kick ass. A unicorn, with millions of happy customers, a hardcore team, and hundreds of millions in funding and revenue. But not your typical startup.
We build and learn, fast, and we want the hackers, the artists, the crafters – join the Wolfpack!
What You’ll Be Doing:
  • Map the company’s personal data processing processes;
  • Ensure the updating of the Data Mapping;
  • Respond to data subject requests (DSR);
  • Conduct privacy risk analysis and personal data protection;
  • Ensuring the implementation of controls;
  • Act on the company’s awareness of privacy;
  • Review policies;
  • Privacy by design and privacy by default;
  • Work on updating the incident response plan;
  • Work on updating the Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA);
What You Need To Succeed:
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Excellent communication in Portuguese;
  • Communication in advanced English;
  • Knowledge of GDPR and LGPD;
  • Great analytical capacity;
  • Great ability to solve problems;
  • Fast learning;
  • SQL knowledge;
  • Programming skills;
It will be a plus if you have:
  • Previous experience in Privacy and Personal Data Protection;
  • Experience and knowledge in information security;
We are not expecting candidates to have expertise across all of these areas. We will gladly help you bridge the gaps.
As a member of a fully remote and distributed team, you are expected to complete tasks autonomously, being highly collaborative and self-driven.
Diversity and Inclusion
We believe in social inclusion, respect, and appreciation of all people. We promote a welcoming work environment, where each CloudWalker can be authentic, regardless of gender, ethnicity, race, religion, sexuality, mobility, disability, or education.


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