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Follow Us on LinkedIn: [...] Information Security Architect’s objective is to ensure technology needs are implemented securely, reducing risk and helping teams achieve Donaldson’s security standards. The role will work across all business units globally. The person is responsible for championing security architecture and establishing risk governance into decision making.
Your activities include
Develop and maintain a security architecture process that enables the enterprise to implement solutions that are secure and aligned with business needs.
Integrate risk management and governance into the architecture process to identify risks early, bring visibility and support decision making using objective data.
Accountable for securing enterprise information by analyzing IT architectures, threats and current security controls to identify gaps and recommend changes to enhance security and reduce risk where applicable. Lead development and maturity of program through multiyear roadmap.
Influence and communicate effectively with non-technical audiences including senior management.
Prepare reports including presentations, metrics, and other documentation required to guide outcomes and communicate status.
Participate in business case development, project sizing, design and implementation.
Drive objectivity and build consensus among stakeholders with different perspectives and motivators.
Participates in vendor selections.
Remains current on IT Security/Architecture trends
BS Degree with minimum 10 years of experience in Information Technology and minimum 5 years of progressive experience in a Cyber Security Architecture role and minimum 2 years’ experience leading security governance; bringing objective data forward to guide risk-based decisions
CISSP, CISM, CEH, CISA or other relevant certifications
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal). Highly adept at consulting, negotiating, consensus building, presentation and facilitation
Strong understanding of security best practices
Experience with security compliance concerns such as GDPR, SOX, PII, PCI
Ability to create and maintain technical documentation.
Willingness to travel
Working knowledge concerning the best practices and uses of security devices at all levels of a typical defense in depth strategy, (e.g., Host Hardening, Firewalls, EDR/AV, Email Security, IDS/IPS, SEIM / logging and monitoring, WAF, FIM, CASB, DLP, Cloud Services, etc.).
Identity and Access Management principals, including Federation, PAM, SSO, SAML, B2B and B2C cloud design and implementation
Knowledge of threats and vulnerabilities associated with application, cloud, operating system, and network security
Proficient with secure software development lifecycle
Knowledge of cloud security best practices and product solutions, including Azure and AWS
Security frameworks, such as ISO/IEC 27001, NIST 800-53 or OWASP
Demonstrated understanding of Microsoft security technologies and strategy
Proficient at protocols and APIs
Coding experience preferred but not required
Ability to partner with others and work collaboratively on difficult problems
Outstanding communication skills, including the ability to develop and deliver technical presentations and tailor content to audience as appropriate
Time management, task prioritization, and delegation skills
Come make a World of Difference!
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