• VP Cybersecurity Governance

    Job Locations US-TX-Arlington
    Requisition ID
    2018-32495
    Employee Type
    Full Time-Regular
    Category
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    The VP of Cybersecurity Governance is responsible for advancing the protection, through governance processes, of all information assets for the company.  This is accomplished through development, maintenance, and execution of the company's Information Security Management System.  Additionally responsible for leading Cybersecurity Governance organization team members.

    Responsibilities

    • Assists with the quarterly Executive Cybersecurity Roundtable meeting and all information and materials to ensure effective communication to the executive team.
    • Collaborate with the SVP Global CISO and VP Global Cybersecurity Strategy and Operations.
    • Lead the 3rd Party risk program and ensure its effectiveness.
    • Assist in the assessment of the Cybersecurity functions.
    • Leadership of the governance functions of Cybersecurity to drive results toward organizational objectives.
    • Represent Cybersecurity at meetings to discuss issues as needed.
    • Establish appropriate cybersecurity technical controls coverage for projects and company-wide initiatives. This entails communication of project information to the CISO and leadership level stakeholders, and delegation of representation to senior members based upon areas of expertise.
    • Mentoring and development of staff within the Governance organization, perform evaluations of staff, as well as take corrective actions when necessary.
    • Oversee the recruitment and career development for the Cybersecurity staff.
    • Perform annual salary evaluations of the Cybersecurity Governance staff.
    • Lead the development and review of corporate policies, procedures, standards, and guidelines relating to Cybersecurity and technology controls.
    • Lead Cybersecurity risk assessment and reporting processes of the company.
    • Represent Cybersecurity in business meetings as needed, and establish/define/implement/report metrics pertaining to cybersecurity governance.
    • Build effective working relationships within GMF in order to accomplish organizational and corporate objectives
    • Respond to audit and regulatory inquiries, collaborate within Cybersecurity to gather necessary documentation, and track remediation of findings.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.
    • Conform with all company policies and procedures.

    Qualifications

    Knowledge

    • Must have knowledge of Cybersecurity frameworks (i.e. ISO 27000, NIST, FFIEC, etc.)
    • Demonstrated knowledge regarding best practices in information technology governance and regulatory landscape for financial institutions.

    Skills

    • Ability to effectively lead, organize, and supervise.
    • Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) and analytical skills.
    • Advanced computer skills and conversance in information technology issues is expected.
    • Must have professional certification(s) in the field of Cybersecurity (for example, CISSP, CEH, OSCP)

     

    Education

    • Bachelor's degree required.
    • Master's degree or advanced degree preferred.

     

    Work Experience

    •  Minimum of 8 years of combined experience in Information Security and Information Technology.

     Work Conditions

    •  Up to 20% travel required

     

     

     

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