Support, assist and develop Minitab’s global Information Security Management System by writing, developing, implementing, enforcing, and refining policy.  Contribute to the entire lifecycle of an ISO 27001 program, including change management, corrective actions, risk management, third-party risk assessment, internal audit, incident response and business continuity.  Collaborate with peers across the enterprise to affect a program that encompasses the business.





  • Directs programs, policies, and every day practices to ensure that the business is in compliance with privacy, security, legal, human resources, operational policy and reporting regulations as defined in the established and certified ISO 27001 program.
  • Tracks laws, regulations and compliance standards that might affect the organization's policies and implements necessary changes as required with assistance and guidance from the Legal Department and consultants.
  • Develops organizational compliance strategies by contributing information, analysis, and recommendations to strategic thinking and direction of corporate objectives.
  • Demonstrates expertise in a variety of the IT field's concepts, practices, and procedures.
  • Performs information security risk assessments and assess the control environment of business processes and applications.
  • Develops remediation and corrective action plans with related governance and operational functions of the ISMS as it relates to IT, Operations, Risk Management, Human Resources, Legal and Compliance while working with senior and middle managers throughout the organization as necessary.
  • Supports customer vendor information and solicits third party security requests.
  • Develops the company’s security training program.
  • Plays a key role in all business continuity and incident response activities.
  • Identify gaps or potential enhancements in existing security practices and participate in cross-company initiatives to address them
  • ISMS experience in the software business preferred.




  • Bachelors Degree in related field of study highly preferred
  • 5+ years’ experience with information security management systems, including ISO 27001 or similar controls.
  • On-site daily or remote with a regular travel commitment to company offices
  • Project management experience including scheduling, planning, and managing projects to completion is a plus.





  • Familiarity with the various Cybersecurity Frameworks
  • Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills.  Proficiency and interest in technical writing.
  • Knowledge of laws, regulations, policies, and ethics as they relate to cybersecurity and privacy.
  • Experience with cyber threats and vulnerabilities
  • Experience with specific operational impacts of cybersecurity lapses
  • Proficiency with industry-standard and organizationally accepted analysis principles and methods
  • Adept with Risk Management Framework (RMF) requirements
  • Ability to speak, read, write, and understand the English language.

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