- Salary will be based on experience and credentials.
- Information Technology
- Chicago - USA
- Location details
- Chicago, IL
- This is a “hands-on” role, with a good degree of technical experience necessary
- Coordinate, measure, and report on the technical aspects of security management
- Manage outsourced suppliers providing Cyber Security functions and contracted service-level agreements
- Manage, coordinate Cyber Security incidents, investigations including detection, response and reporting
- Maintain a technical reference knowledgebase
- Keep abreast of security advisories, alerts, information on security trends, practices, laws and regulations
- Manage the day-to-day activities of threat and vulnerability management, identify risk tolerances, recommend treatment plans and communicate information about risk
- Manage security projects and provide expert guidance on security matters for other IT projects
- Assist and guide the disaster recovery planning team in the selection of recovery strategies and the development, testing and maintenance of disaster recovery plans
- Collaborate with local business leadership and Cyber Security leadership to develop a security roadmap that address identified risks and business security requirements, balancing local requirements
- Manage the process of gathering, analysing and assessing the current and future threat landscape, as well as providing the Head of Cyber Security with a realistic overview of risks and threats in the enterprise environment
- Work with local leadership and the Head of Cyber Security to develop budget projections based on short and long-term goals and objectives
- Propose and drive through changes to existing policies and procedures to ensure operating efficiency and regulatory compliance
- Manage, motivate and develop a team of Cyber Security professionals; conduct 1:1s and performance reviews, provide leadership and coaching, including technical and personal development
- Recruit and train new staff into the Cyber Security team
- Manage issues and incidents, and participate in problem and change management forums
- Serve as an active and consistent participant in the Cyber Security governance process
- Work with the international Cyber Operations leadership team to define metrics and reporting strategies that effectively communicate successes and progress of the security program
- Consult with the wider IT organisation and Cyber Security staff to ensure that security is factored into the evaluation, selection, installation and configuration of hardware, applications and software
- Recommend and coordinate the implementation of technical controls to support and enforce defined security policies
- Research, evaluate, design, test, recommend or plan the implementation of new or updated Cyber Security hardware or software, and analyse its impact on the existing environment; provide technical and managerial expertise for the administration of security tools.
- Develop a strong working relationship with the Cyber Security Architect team to develop and implement controls and configurations aligned with security policies, legal, regulatory and audit requirements.
- A minimum of seven years of IT experience, with five years in a Cyber Security role and at least two years in a supervisory capacity
- Expert knowledge of security issues, techniques and implications across computer platforms
- Familiarity of NIST, ISO2700x or other well-known Cyber Security Frameworks
- Previous experience with technology such as Firewalls, Web filtering, Data Loss Prevention, SIEM, End Point Protection, IPS/IDS systems, Web Proxy
Key Behaviour Competencies:
- Strong conceptual thinking and communication skills
- Ability to work well under minimal supervision
- Team-oriented interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate effectively with a broad range of people and roles, including vendors, IT and business personnel
- Good understanding of technology and process optimization techniques in standardisation, consolidation, simplification and automation in order to achieve continuous improvement
- Capacity to lead by example and develop strong personnel and team performance goals.
- Ability to drive process improvement to continually improve service and reduce costs
- Comfortable working outside of core working hours when necessary to complete tasks
- Able to travel to world-wide sites across the enterprise
- A bachelor's or master's degree in computer science, information security, other related field, or equivalent work experience is essential
- Professional security management certification, such as a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), or similar credentials is desirable
- Formal training and Certification in ITIL and Prince 2 is desirable
BenefitsDyson US monitors the market to ensure competitive salaries, holidays and retirement plans. Beyond that, you’ll also enjoy profit-related bonuses and life and disability cover. But financial rewards are just the start of a Dyson career. Rapid professional growth, leadership development and new opportunities abound, driven by regular reviews and dynamic workshops. And with a vibrant culture, the latest devices and a relaxed dress code reflecting our engineering spirit, it’s an exciting team environment geared to fueling and realizing ambition.
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