The Information Security team is looking for a Compliance Analyst with a hybrid background between IT auditing and IT security compliance. Candidates must have sufficient knowledge and experience with at least 2 of the following: PCI, SOC, HITRUST, ISO 27K, SOX, and GDPR for this position. The ideal candidate will also be comfortable with risk management, corporate compliance with information security policies and procedures, and be able to read and analyze results from vulnerability scans and penetration tests to help determine areas for audit.

What You Will Be Doing

  • Plan, execute and manage targeted security audits across the organization
  • Plan and implement tests to evaluate security risks across the organization’
  • Inspect and evaluate information systems, information security policy enforcement, management procedures, and security controls
  • Evaluate the efficiency, effectiveness, and compliance of operation processes with corporate security policies and related government regulations
  • Provide audit reports detailing the audit conducted, the effectiveness of security controls in the systems, identify any security issues observed and provide suggestions on changes and improvements based on findings
  • Assess the exposures resulting from ineffective or missing control practices
  • Weigh the relevancy, accuracy, and perspective of conclusions against audit evidence
  • Ability to verbally report of audit findings
  • Help to develop “best practice” recommendations to improve information security across the organization
  • Work with management to ensure security recommendations comply with company procedures
  • Collaborate with departments to improve security compliance, manage risk and bolster the effectiveness of security requirements
  • Help to maintain compliance of organizational security policies and government regulations

 

What You Are Great At

  • Knowledge of Vendor Management, Change Management, and Information Security Policies
  • Team-oriented interpersonal skills; ability to effectively interface with a wide variety of people
  • Managing multiple projects/priorities at one time
  • Being a creative and results-driven thinker; excellent problem solver
  • Verbal and written communication skills
  • Being detail-oriented and data-driven, as well as self-motivated and self-sufficient

Qualities About You That Might Make Our Decision Easier

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience, preferably in Computer Science or Information Systems
  • Minimum 1-2 years of experience of information security, risk management, and compliance work experience
  • Experience responding to RFPs and reviewing contract language from an information security perspective
  • Possess at least one of the following certifications: CISA, CRISC, GIAC Systems Network Auditor, GIAC Security Essentials or equivalent
  • Knowledge of PCI DSS, HIPAA, HITRUST, SOC, GDPR, SOX, ISO 27K, and other federal compliance requirements
  • Ability to work comfortably and excel in an ever-changing environment
  • Strong network, infrastructure, and security fundamentals
  • Knowledge of incident response and handling methodologies
  • Knowledge of cyber threats and vulnerabilities
  • Knowledge of cybersecurity and privacy principles related to the use, processing, storage, and transmission of information or data
  • Knowledge of Vendor Management, Change Management, and Information Security Policies



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