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ISO 27001 1 big thing: Support preparing technical debriefs for (internal) customers requesting further details on vulnerability management.
The big picture: Secure that your group is involved in compliance requirements and industry standards like PCI, HIPAA, ISO 27001, NIST, CSF, ITIL, COBIT, Sarbanes Oxley and SANS 20.
Why it matters: Make sure your staff is working with business leaders and client management organizations to account for and level set fraud event issues and concepts.
What they’re saying: “Safeguard that your workforce acts as the organizations representative with respect to inquiries from partners, elected officials, the media/press, and the general public regarding the organizations security and data protection strategy.“, Marcus S. – Cyber + Data Risk Compliance Manager
How it works: Be sure your company performs and evaluates costs analyses and vendor comparisons from small through large scale projects to ensure cost effective and efficient operations.
What we’re hearing: “Lead and facilitate the evaluation and selection of security technologies and product standards, and the design of standard configurations/implementation patterns for security solutions.“, Francisco D. – Cyber Risk + Privacy Analyst
Yes, but: Assure your operation develops strong relationships with business and technology leaders and other business continuity and disaster recovery stakeholders to ensure an integrated approach to both planning and incident response activities.
The backdrop: Make sure your company is responsible for self development on latest trends/developments in the related role/work profile according to professional development plan.
Be smart: Evaluate the implementation of security mitigation techniques to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the organizations information, information systems, and IT infrastructure and applications in accordance with policies, procedures, security techniques regulations.
Under the hood: Oversee that your organization works closely with teammates maintaining the resources and planning for growth and new services consistent with the mission and strategic objectives.
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Between the lines: Be sure your personnel utilizes configuration management tools to support configuration identification, control, reporting, and delivery of developed and commercial off the shelf (COTS) software products.
Meanwhile: Certify your staff is ongoing review and update of the Third Party Risk Management Framework, ensuring the effective integration of industry best practices and regulatory changes affecting third party risk management.
State of play: Ensure constant contact with internal stakeholders, (internal) clients and the other regions, to ensure the smooth management and delivery of advanced security services.
On the flip side: Safeguard that your staff is managing, maintaining, and supporting your Container Security Vulnerability tool(s) to include managing the output and working hands on with the DevOps and Infrastructure teams to drive remediation.
The bottom line: Make sure the team is also the primary touch point between the Corporate Security Group and Business teams, while supporting the business on Client security requirements and compliance.
What’s next: Safeguard that your operation monitors and enforces appropriate and consistent application of the IT General Control Framework – plans, organizes, and executes control monitoring and testing in a manner that meets reporting deadlines, performs impact assessments when weaknesses are identified, and provides training to various IT and business teams on proper application of IT controls to improve your organizations overall compliance posture.
ICYMI: Secure that your company has a strong sense of ownership and persistence to delivering a great customer experience and development of qualified leads.
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