Dell Consultant, Cyber Security (17000SU9) in Round Rock, Texas
Consultant, Cyber Security (17000SU9)
Job ID R06250
Date posted 10/09/2017
Location Round Rock, Texas
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The Cybersecurity Business Unit Lead will join the Dell Cybersecurity organization as a member of the Business Enablement Team. Business Enablement's core mission is to build and strengthen key stakeholder relationships with Dell leaders, to understand their business strategy and objectives and align a Cybersecurity program that facilitates Cybersecurity risk management in the context of the business strategy. The BU Lead has responsibility for managing Cybersecurity for specific business areas of Dell, and works cross functionally with a team of BU Leads to deliver priority Cybersecurity services across Dell business units. The BU Lead will be expected to contribute to initiatives across Cybersecurity, and work as a member of a larger team that focuses on priority driven items which change based on need.
Identifies, prioritizes, and drives Cybersecurity activities in alignment with BUs risks, priorities, and risk tolerance
Collaborates with BU stakeholders to Identify from top-down analysis of BU which key areas of the BU are beneficial to focus on from a Cybersecurity perspective
Understands the business unit including key objectives and macro strategy
Develops macro understanding of BU risk tolerance
Maintains relationship and continuous understanding of BUs priorities, risks, and Cybersecurity status and presents this information to the Cybersecurity org and to BU stakeholders on regular cadence
Pragmatic, rational partner to BU Leadership
Delivers quality service to the business and strives for client satisfaction
Balances appropriate security, BU goals, and enterprise priorities to achieve collaborative outcomes that are mutually agreeable
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Business Focused Cybersecurity Consulting and Project Management
Driving large, complex cross organizational initiatives and must possess the ability to influence stakeholders and drive such effort to successful conclusion with little to no oversight or guidance
Provide consultative information security governance, risk, and compliance advisory services based on business need focusing on adding value
Investigate complex, and sometimes historic practices/solutions to determine gaps and needed improvements and facilitate migration to a preferred state with a high degree of independence, often in high stress conditions and with Sr. Executives directly
Maintain awareness of shifts in business structure and strategy and possess the ability to recognize the impacts potentially has to the Cybersecurity organization position and risk threshold
Work with Sr. Management and Executives as required to facilitate resolution to challenging business problems/objectives in a secure way
Escalation point for resolving conflicts between other consultants and business unit stakeholders
Manage assigned key customer relationships and initiatives as point of contact for the Cybersecurity organization
Work collaboratively with a cross-functional team of Dell employees and specialized consultants
Work with IT and BU partners to ensure collaborative IT/information security control design and implementation
Take macro view and present executive level dashboards and summaries that articulate Cybersecurity in a business context
Deliverables and Presentations
Produce tactical deliverables and achieve key project deadlines
Develop and present status updates to team, Cybersecurity leadership and BU leadership
Drive documentation and management of IT/information security issues and exceptions
Develop and deliver presentations tailored to different audiences to communicate the need for good information security practices embedded within IT and business functions
Develop and maintain comprehensive documentation of engagements performed and risks identified
Develop and document risk and position papers and presentation for consumption by executive leadership
Create, update, and deliver dashboards to BU leadership summarizing the Cybersecurity posture of the BU
Detailed Cybersecurity Activities:
Review findings, analyze the risk to Dell, assign finding ownership and obtain agreement from finding owner on a remediation plan
Collaborate cross functionally with GRC and risk organizations across Dell to manage information security risk in context of other risks
Consult with internal business teams and provide Industry expert level guidance and leadership on:- Secure Development and Application Security
Access Control and User Access Review
Security Testing and Vulnerability Management
Infrastructure Architecture and Design Requirements
Dell Policies and Standards
Procedural guidance to facilitate project execution in accordance with Dell practice
Risk associated with initiatives and policy deviation requests
Vendor and Internal Customer Management Practices
Compliance implications of design decisions in application and infrastructure design
Bachelors degree in Information Systems, Information Technology, or related field
Information Security or IT Controls Certification such as Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)
Experience working in a fast paced environment with competing and shifting priorities
Excellent communication, presentation skills, and writing skills with experience in creating and reviewing technical documentation
Outgoing personality with strong interpersonal skills
Modest ego with rational viewpoints for facilitating business decisions
Must work well with others as part of larger team and be able to collaborate on cross functional teams
Sense of urgency with attention to accuracy
Ability to multi-task and prioritize
Strong problem-solving skills
Takes initiative without continuous oversight
Provides mentoring to junior team members
Experience in information systems, IT Audit, or IT Risk with thorough understanding of IT security best practices and the ability to effectively apply those practices
Proven record of balancing business need and benefit vs. security risk; Direct experience owning a customer or business relationship on behalf of an organization a major plus
Experience with applying IT governance frameworks into a business process including ISO 27002, COBIT, and COSO
Experience with various compliance, privacy, and regulatory standards including Sarbanes-Oxley, SSAE 16, PCI-DSS, ISO 27001/2, HIPAA, GLBA, NIST800-53, and state privacy laws
Possess knowledge across various information security technologies/areas in a large enterprise including firewalls, intrusion detection, encryption, Linux O/S, Windows O/S, databases, antivirus, patch management, vulnerability scanning, backup, logging and monitoring, remote access, application development, network security, application security, and change management
Basic understanding of secure coding practices and standard code defect issues such as un-validated input, SQL injection, X-Site Scripting, hard coded credentials, etc. and their implications to system security state
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