668 words, 2.5 minutes read. By Gerard Blokdyk

Data Loss Prevention 1 big thing: Ensure strong organizational and motivational skills.

The big picture: Ensure Security incidents go through a full life cycle promptly including lessons learned and retrospective when needed to drive process improvements in detection and response capabilities as well as educate the security and engineering staff on security threats.

Why it matters: Manage day-to-day security operational tasks such as security event monitoring, log monitoring and security incident management, compliance monitoring, data loss prevention, and monitoring and responding to emerging threats varying from endpoint to server to public cloud system.

Meanwhile: Make sure the DevOps Engineer works as a member of the Infrastructure Services team and is charged to understand the goals/objectives of that team and how it supports those of the I and O division.

The backdrop: Would review servicing system logic including lots of added custom code and how this logic transforms servicing system data into credit reporting fields.

Be smart: Secure that your staff constructs corrective action plans for resolution of control weaknesses and provides expert guidance on how to avoid and prevent similar situations in the future.

Go deeper: Partner with Infrastructure Engineering Team on vulnerability assessments, analyzing vulnerabilities, determining severity, and recommending paths for eliminating or mitigating any medium, high or critical security gaps.

What we’re hearing: “Safeguard that your staff creates and updates a view of IT assets, related attack surfaces, and threat actors to illustrate the flow of data and associated security threats., Communications Engineer III

What they’re saying: “Safeguard that your design needs to be system savvy and is leading with Zephyr and the art of Excel spreadsheets and Power BI., Network Administrator, Senior

State of play: Work with the CIO and regional IT and OT Departments to identify areas of high security and privacy risk and propose appropriate policies, training and controls to the Information Security and Privacy Department.

Between the lines: Safeguard that your process is involved in a range of security technologies, processes, and tooling around vulnerability management, patch management, firewalling, networking including IAM, SIEM/SOC, IDS/IPS, DLP.

Under the hood: Make headway so that your organization is involved in common security controls as data loss prevention (DLP), multi factor authentication (MFA), intrusion detection, encryption and mobile application management (MAM).


 


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The bottom line: Ensure your strategy is accountable for management of the projects scope for the project and gaining agreement and approval of scope changes with (internal) customer representatives and affected stakeholders.

What’s next: Liaison so that your process is supporting Review Leads in coordinating reviews, and in coordinating with the Editor and Production Manager to edit and format the proposal before the reviews.

ICYMI: Design, develop, and test data processes per business requirements, following the development standards and best practices as well as participate in code peer reviews to ensure your applications comply with best practices Work with Business analysts to gather business requirements from end users and translate them into technical specifications.


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