Seven Bridges is the leading biomedical data analysis company, specializing in software and data analytics to drive public and private healthcare research. Our end-to-end bioinformatics solutions empower our global customer base to get the most from their private biomedical data, while also leveraging unprecedented access to rich genomic datasets and the largest bioinformatics tool sets available. Seven Bridges provides the unique balance between the culture of a start-up with the resources and technology of an established company since 2009. Seven Bridges has offices located in Massachusetts, California, Serbia, Turkey and the United Kingdom. Seven Bridges recently completed a round of Series B funding that will drive our global expansion, resulting in the need for top level talent. As the CCO, you will be a thought leader providing guidance on all InfoSec & Compliance related matters throughout our organization. You will be driving the overall implementation, adoption and execution of our compliance related corporate programs and certifications, including the continuous improvement of these programs. In addition to internal leadership, you will work externally to shape global standards for securely and compliantly working with genomic and healthcare data. Responsibilities: Provide strategic guidance to senior management regarding the organization's corporate compliance and InfoSec programs including the planning, design, implementation and evaluation. Provide leadership and guidance on diverse compliance frameworks including NIST 800, ISO 27001, HITRUST, HIPAA, SOC2, 21 CFR part 11, GDPR, etc. Select, engage and manage third party vendors for audits, documentation and preparatory activities. Oversee all audits, vendor inquiries; streamline overall response and audit process. Identify and communicate areas of vulnerability and risks and oversee mitigation activities. Engage external community to shape global best practices for secure and compliant work with genomics and healthcare data. Manage the overall budget and global team, recruit and build the team as we continue to grow. Provide best practices and global standards for product and service implementations to the product and leadership teams. Work closely with the Legal team to ensure appropriate understanding of regulatory requirements, appropriate risk assessment processes, and appropriate risk mitigation strategies. Partner with other areas of the business to incorporate comprehensive response programs for security-based incidents including Corporate Communications, Legal, Public Relations, Investor Relations, Engineering, Operations etc. Qualifications: Minimum of 10+ years experience running a compliance/InfoSec team, ideally at a global level. Experience working with health data, with preference to biopharma-relevant regulatory frameworks. Bachelor s degree in a related field, Masters preferable. Deep understanding of diverse regulatory frameworks and experience leading successful audits. Excellent communication and executive presence, this role will have significant impact on the business so the ability to effectively communicate a clear plan will be important. Associated topics: attorney corporate, business, compliance department, corporate, counsel, courtroom, internal, lawyer, legal, market
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