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The Identity & Access Management (IAM) ILM Architect reports to the Global IAM Architecture Lead in a hands-on role focused on the security architecture in the identity lifecycle management and provisioning space. The architect works directly with Lead Development, Engineering and Operational resources through collaboration and mentoring to shape the IAM capabilities for the firm.
The Identity and Access Management (IAM) ILM Architect is accountable and responsible for the alignment of business, operational and security requirements and translation of those requirements into technical IAM capabilities. IAM services include, but not limited to, Identity Lifecycle Management, authentication and authorization, session management, access requests, access provisioning, access reauthorization, remote access, IAM services API, role and entitlement models, and directory technologies. The IAM ILM Architect will work with other Architects and Service Owners to create a roadmap that meets strategic and current requirements.
Key responsibilities (analytical/decision making/supervisory):
Analytical/Decision Making Responsibilities:
The individual in this role must be able to understand and interpret identity and access management strategies and direction. Further, the person must be able to bring together key tenets of Information Security to the IAM strategies and develop technical security solutions that properly align. The IAM Security Architect will contribute to the overall effort of the IAMdirection of the firm.
Knowledge, skills and experience requirements:
The individual in this role must be well educated in general aspects of Information Security, namely:
Further, the individual must be well versed in the practices and methods within IT Services, specifically:
Desired skills include:
Qualifications, certifications and education requirements: