Senior Risk and Compliance Analyst (97151)
- Conduct information security assessments of third party vendors to determine their ability to protect confidential data.
- Enhance risk/vulnerability assessment programs and questionnaires to aid in the identification and mitigation of security risks.
- Identify and document information security vulnerabilities and risks in the information technology environment.
- Evaluate identified vulnerabilities and risks, working with business owners, risk management, and vendor representatives
- Identify tasks necessary to remediate identified vendor risks and vulnerabilities; negotiate dates for remediation to be complete
- Track progress on remediation of identified risks and vulnerabilities and provide appropriate reporting to constituents
- Monitor appropriate sources for newly identified vulnerabilities, evaluate the risk such vulnerabilities pose to the organization's information and systems, and advise management of appropriate measures to eliminate or reduce the organization's risk or exposure to such vulnerabilities.
- Monitor appropriate industry sources to maintain awareness of new security tools and techniques and research those tools and techniques that have the potential to improve the organization's ability to protect its information and infrastructure.
- Assist in the development of appropriate information security policies, standards, procedures, checklists, and guidelines using generally-recognized security concepts tailored to meet the requirements of the organization.
- Maintain expertise in identifying security risks in the hardware, software, and systems used by the organization.
- Participate in appropriate opportunities for continuing education, seminars, participation in field-related professional organizations, and so on to remain current on developments in the information security profession.
- Ensure that identified risks are managed in accordance with the Risk Management program.
- Participate in security awareness activities to include developing awareness messaging, coordinating awareness events and attending awareness meetings.
Information Technology Services (ITS) helps power Deloitte's success, which serves many of the world's largest, most respected organizations. We develop and deploy cutting-edge internal and go-to-market solutions that help Deloitte operate effectively and lead in the market. Our reputation is built on a tradition of delivering with excellence.
The ~3,000 professionals in ITS deliver services including:
- Cyber Security
- Technology Support
- Technology & Infrastructure
- Relationship Management
- Strategy & Communications
- Project Management
Cyber Security vigilantly protects Deloitte and client data. The team leads a strategic cyber risk program that adapts to a rapidly changing threat landscape, changes in business strategies, risks, and vulnerabilities. Using situational awareness, threat intelligence, and building a security culture across the organization, the team helps to protect the Deloitte brand.
Areas of focus include:
- Risk & Compliance
- Identity & Access Management
- Data Protection
- Cyber Design
- Incident Response
- Security Architecture
- Business Partnership
- Bachelor's degree in Information Security, Information Protection, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Information Systems Management, Business Administration, or equivalent experience
- Minimum 3 years of information security experience
- Minimum 3 years of experience with information technology audits and assessments with a focus on third party risk management.
- Minimum 3 years of experience with information security technology programs, audits, assessments, risk, or remediation management
- Limited immigration sponsorship may be available
- Familiarity with privacy laws, data protection/security regulations, and frameworks, such as BITS, COBIT, and ISO27002
- Experience with the RSA Archer Vendor Management platform
- Consulting skills (client service orientation, conflict resolution, analysis/synthesis of information, negotiation, project management, etc.)
- Negotiation skills needed to obtain commitments to remediate risks and vulnerabilities from leadership of Deloitte and non-Deloitte personnel
- Excellent communication, listening and facilitation skills
- Excellent time management and related organizational skills, including appropriate sense of urgency, a proactive approach, and a suitable ability to anticipate and manage project lifecycle events, issues and obstacles
- Able to represent Information Technology Services Cyber Security Team in information technology assessments and/or audits of IT systems, processes, and general IT controls. Interpret results, develop and communicate recommendations to management.
- Able to identify and document specific security issues, propose resolution options, and interpret matters from the perspective of involved stakeholders
- Current Industry certification (e.g., CISA, CISSP, CRISC, etc.)
- Experience with RSA Archer Vendor Management module
- Familiarity with privacy laws, data protection/security regulations, and frameworks, such as BITS, SOC 2, COBIT, ISO27001 and ISO 27002
For individuals assigned and/or hired to work in Colorado, Deloitte is required by law to include a reasonable estimate of the compensation range for this role. This compensation range is specific to the State of Colorado and takes into account the wide range of factors that are considered in making compensation decisions including but not limited to skill sets; experience and training; licensure and certifications; and delivery model. We would not anticipate that the individual hired into this role would land at or near the top end of the range, but such a decision will be dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case. A reasonable estimate of the range is $78925 to $131545.