Security Governance Architect I, Cloud Computing Technologies Agile Development Labor Rate plans organizational security governance strategy, provides security architect solutions, assists in risk mitigation and other related security threats or issues. Fulfils security governance and best practices within the internal and external environments of the organization. This may involve developing and improving a series of security service products and comprehensive security solutions regarding network security, application security, data security, host security, as well as security management. Ensures high-end positions for security product planning, design, development, delivery, operations & maintenance, operation, and engineering. May have 2-5 years of experience in this field, with at least one year of satisfactory full-time professional experience in an IT department or intelligence environment in one or a combination of the following: department of information technology & services, computer software, computer science, homeland security, telecommunication, engineering, architecture, emergency management, staffing & recruiting, or any other specialized field related to security and privacy protection. Proficient in creating state of the art architectural designs for gradually complex designs and experienced in utilizing a variety of computer operating systems such as Windows, Linux, and Unix, as well as versed in relevant computer programming languages like Python, Java, C++, Perl, and/or Shell. Participates in the planning and construction of the organization’s compliance maturity and risk improvement quality assessment system and helps provide efficient control measures and improvement suggestions for risk and compliance. Showcases high-level of organizational skills and ability to carry out and prioritize responsibilities in accordance to order of importance. Offer helpful support for client’s facilities, management, internal and outsourced development unit, security systems, and law enforcement agencies. Shows familiarity with GDPR, ISO 27001, Cobit, NIST-CSF, NIST 800-39, FAIR, and other relevant laws and safety standards of security and privacy protection. Possesses relevant security certifications such as CISA, GIAC, CISM, and so on. Partners with other members of the development department to design effective security governance systems to safeguard the compliance team, business team, clients, and other stakeholders with the organizational environments. Works under the supervision and guidance of the Senior Security Governance Architect.
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