As an IT Security Architect, you will be responsible for IT security solutions, incident response, and vulnerability assessments/remediation for the organization as well as assisting in creation of security standards within the security team, leading security architectural designs, with a focus on network and event management to ensure adequate security solutions are in place throughout all IT systems and platforms to mitigate identified risks sufficiently and to meet business objectives and regulatory requirements.
Maintain responsibility for security monitoring and rapid response to security alerts and events. Create, tune, and compile metrics of all security devices and documentation of processes and procedures.
The enterprise resource planning (ERP) analyst will provide functional and technical support for the Lawson (Human Capital Management/HR/Benefits/Payroll S3 application suites as well as ancillary applications and system integration points.
Develop custom code based on malware analysis to infiltrate botnets, extract indicators, and source a high-fidelity threat feed; Produce threat reports and blog posts related to research findings; Present research internally and at conferences.
Performs business and IT systems analysis, develops business case justifications and recommendations for action, generates options and service roadmaps, creates cost/benefit analyses for IT initiatives and risk mitigation plans.
Creates, revises and maintains processes and procedures related to continuous monitoring, triage, incident analysis and incident response activities. Consults with other cyber associates to continuously improve those processes and procedures and ensure that when new tools or external inputs change that the documentation is adjusted accordingly.