|Published||January 24, 2023|
The Cybersecurity Domain Architect reports to the Cybersecurity Architect Senior Manager and frequently interacts with the chief information security officer, as well as audit and compliance. The security solution architect is responsible for designing security solutions that protect business and customer data, but also allow the business to execute and innovate. The cybersecurity architect works closely with many diverse and dynamic teams, including, but not limited to, security engineering, IT infrastructure, application development, security operations, security audit and end users. This position is also responsible for architecting solutions to secure business-to-business initiatives, third-party relationships, outsourced solutions and vendors.The cybersecurity solution architect provides expert guidance for addressing current security issues but has the foresight to see where the industry is headed and proactively deliver optimal secure solutions. The architect is expected to think like an adversary and identify how solutions should evolve as the threat landscape changes.The position is 40% security architecture, 50% technical leadership, and 10% research and development. The individual partners with product managers and solution architects to set the security direction of offerings and articulates the value proposition. Also, the position provides guidance toLine of Business CIOs and is the final approver of information security controls on projects.Duties & Responsibilities:
+ Guides businesses to leverage common information security patterns
+ Partners with subject matter experts to improve information security patterns and services
+ Ability to work with leaders and team members at all levels and across functional lines
+ Demonstrated experience establishing and maintaining effective working relationships
+ Strong analytical skills and the ability to think strategically
+ Critical thinking skills and does not hesitate to question status quo
+ Self-starter with a passion for providing value to organizations
+ Performs other duties as assigned
+ 8-10 years of experience in various cyber security and technology domains (cybersecurity architecture, information security, delivering technology solutions
+ Associate's degree
+ Experience securing Infrastructure systems; operating systems, networks, application identity applications.
+ Knowledge of relevant security standards (NIST) and ability to align them to secure architecture designs
+ Developing secure architecture standards and patterns
+ Understanding and knowledge of CIS benchmark and controls to support security configuration management
+ Ensured requirements are aligned to security policies, standards and align to security best practices
+ Assessed current state and security maturity levels of existing infrastructures and platforms
+ Participated in development and implementation of security design & architecture principles and standards.
+ Presented security assessments, risks and posture to technical, risk and leadership teams
+ Familiarity with legal, regulatory and industry security requirements and frameworks. Including the following: Payment Card Industry - Data Security Standards (PCI - DSS) , Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) and GLBA.
+ Understanding of security, compliance, audit, risk management and business continuity.
+ Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
Exempt Status: (Yes = not eligible for overtime pay) (No = eligible for overtime pay)
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