Identity & Access Management Consultant - Multiple Locations

About the Team

Joining Capco means joining an organization that is committed to an inclusive working environment where you are encouraged to #BeYourselfAtWork. Capco Cybersecurity is a multi-faceted team focused on the evaluation, strategy definition, and execution of risk-minded solutions for leading organizations across the Financial Services industry. We provide customized results, adapting enterprise risk management strategies to potential cyber pitfalls.  Capco has experience assisting financial institutions’ leadership on top cyber security priorities through a team with expertise in financial business processes, strategic advisory, cyber programs, and security operations.  

About the Job

As an Identity & Access Management Consultant, you will be an active team member on cybersecurity consulting engagements. You will work directly with clients to structure, design and implement Identity & Access Management (IAM) solutions across a variety of financial services organizations. You will work as part of a team to create optimized IAM architectures to meet client needs and goals.

What You’ll Get to Do 

  • Design, develop, and implement IAM solutions across a variety of vendors, including Okta, ForgeRock, SailPoint, Saviynt, CyberArk to meet the business needs of client companies
  • Discuss business cases with clients focusing on IAM requirements and their implications
  • Advise clients on all aspects of IAM implementation and ongoing operation
  • Analyze applicable regulations as they relate to IAM implementation
  • Effectively articulate complex identity related topics and discuss business impacts with clients, positively influencing outcomes
  • Develop high-quality technical content such as security automation tools, reference security architectures, and white papers to help our consultants, partners, and customers build on the work you deliver

What You’ll Bring with You 

  • 2+ years Identity & Access Management experience
  • 2+ years experience in implementation of packaged or custom IAM solutions including: Provisioning on applications and resources, Role-based authentication to entitled applications and resources, Single Sign On (SSO), Multi-factor Authentication (MFA), Authorization policy provisioning
  • 2+ years of experience in two or more IAM functional areas: Access Management, Identity Lifecycle, Directory Services, Access and Risk Orchestration
  • 2+ years of experience with one or more of the following technologies: Okta, ForgeRock, Ping Identity, SailPoint, Saviynt, CyberArk
  • Experience working for a management and/or technology consulting firm for financial services clients highly desired
  • Broad awareness of security engineering concepts and practices across all phases of the system development lifecycle
  • Knowledge of cyber security frameworks and digital identity guidelines to effectively assess security implications of proposed solutions
  • The ability to communicate effectively with diverse audiences on identity-related topics
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in in Computer Science or related field

Why Capco?
You will join a company that supports and encourages an entrepreneurial outlook and independent thinking. Capco is not about organizational charts and layers – we operate with little hierarchy because we want all employees to feel that Capco is their firm  

We offer highly competitive benefits, including medical, dental and vision insurance, a 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement, and a work culture focused on innovation and creation of lasting value for our customers and employees. 

Ready to Take the Next Step? 

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.  This is an opportunity to make a difference and contribute to a highly successful company with a significant growth trajectory.

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