IT Security Architect

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IT Security Architect
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Shared Services
Data Security
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Position summary

IT Security Architect (Job Opening 421981) – Contributes strategic vision and serves as the top-level technical contributor in the architecture, planning, engineering, development, implementation, and compliance monitoring for organization-wide security programs and integrated technology solutions. Leads activities that include: performing analysis to ensure security controls are consistently implemented, integrating new technology with IT security standards, developing and executing plans for monitoring, assessing and verifying security controls across all major information systems, and developing, evaluating, and exercising IT survivability and contingency plans. Position is responsible for monitoring real time data, discovering security events, analyzing qualified incidents, executing documented resolutions for common incident, recommending remediation steps for new incidents and escalating major security incidents. Consults on major initiatives, including multiple departments, service lines, platforms, and various administrative interfaces regarding the integration of information security technology with overall business/healthcare solutions. Responsible for IT Security projects involving high business risk, scope and impact to the organization; leads and facilitates strategic projects involved in evaluating and researching new and existing products, procedures and/or workflows needs associated with information security for the Medical Center. Acts as a subject matter expert on IT Security strategies, procedures, policies, and methodologies. Provides direction and insight to leaders, peers and team members regarding the identification and alignment of strategic information security requirements with evolving information technology/business opportunities. Recognized across the organization for IT Security expertise and sought as a source for resolution of unique or the most complex systems problems.
Education and experience

For Hire: Associate’s degree and/or 10 years systems analyst experience; CISSP required; The ability to demonstrate knowledge of information security best practices; Knowledge of computer forensic analysis and network penetration testing desired; Good verbal and written communication skills; On going: Enhance knowledge of information security analysis methodologies and techniques; develop knowledge of industry developments in the areas of security systems standards, interfaces, communications protocols and operating systems and computing platforms.


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