and those authorized to work in the U.S. can be considered as W2 candidates.
Location: Tampa, FL
Duration: 12 Months
A Technology Information Security Officer (TISO) is required within ICG Technology Risk Management to support Global Markets Technology development unit, with primary responsibilities to perform application risk assessment processes, to provide guidance to the development teams, and ensure applications entering production are secure.
The ICG Technology Risk & Controls Team is responsible for managing risk and providing controls and compliance guidance and support to Technology Development Units by ensuring compliance with Client standards, policies, and procedures, liaising with internal and external auditors and coordinating audit responses. The team needs to expand its capability to address the increasing numbers of vulnerabilities and security issues found in production application environments. The TISO will have strong analytical and Microsoft Excel skills.
Risk Management Responsibilities
•Participate in stakeholder meetings to identify key data points that need to be captured for further analysis
Reporting and Governance Responsibilities
•Compile data and prepare application IS risks reports for management
•Analysis and identification of complex issues through data analysis
•Monitor progress of corrective action plans and risk exceptions
•Lead and /or contribute to ad-hoc requests and projects as required
•Identify opportunities for process improvement
•Facilitate compliance to defined standards and develop tools to assist compliance
•Alignment of processes across regions and globally, where possible
•Participation in Corporate and ICG-level working groups
•Minimum of 1- 2 years of Data Analytics with tools such as Microsoft Excel
•1-2 years of Information Security experience is a Plus
•Experience with Software Development Life Cycle; Client SDLC a plus.
•Understanding of Operating Systems (e.g., UNIX, Linux, WINTEL), Databases (e.g., Oracle, SYBASE, MS-SQL) a plus
•Knowledge of Information Security, IT Risk and Controls
•Proficient in MS Office products, particularly PowerPoint & Excel.
•University degree, or higher, in a technical discipline
•Professional certification, such as CSSLP and CISSP a plus
•Exhibit strong influencing / negotiation skills as well as written/verbal communication skills