Security Governance Architect III, Cloud Computing Technologies Agile Development Labor Rate ensures the planning and implementation of security governance strategy, architecture, and platform depending on the best practices in the organization. Designs and implements effectively the organization’s security strategies, architectures and solutions that guide the activities of all IT security operations. Formulates and updates business compliance plans to improve cloud security and privacy compliance and risk governance systems. Acts as a key role in the planning and construction of organization’s compliance maturity and risk improvement quality assessment system. Supervises the implementation of improvement and assists in measuring and evaluating the risk management and compliance situations. May have over 11 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. Guides projects related to compliance and risk management, outputs internal compliance standards and requirements, and facilitates their implementation into the appropriate related business processes. Have extensive working experience in GRC, and boast strong technical fundamentals of implementing risky closed-loop work. Showcases high-level of proficiency at consulting, negotiating, communicating, consensus building, presentation and facilitation in accordance to the organization’s protocols. Demonstrate vast knowledge of Python programming languages and relevant computer operating systems such as Windows, Linux, etc. Be friendly with the relevant laws and safety standards of security and privacy protection such as GDPR, ISO 27001, Cobit, NIST-CSF, NIST 800-39, or FAIR. Have relevant security certifications such as CISSP, CISA, CISM, GIAC, and so on. Assists in selecting and designing tools that enable reuse of design components and patterns between projects. Work closely with other departments including the security management teams, departmental supervisors, clients, and organizational personnel to ensure implementation of security governance strategy, architecture, and platform. Reports to the Senior Security Governance Architect on a regular basis.
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