Deloitte Senior Cyber Risk & Compliance Analyst (Client Security Assurance) in Kansas City, Missouri
Are you passionate about technology and interested in joining a community of collaborative colleagues who respectfully and courageously seek to challenge the status quo? If so, read on to learn more about an exciting opportunity with Deloitte's Information Technology Services (ITS). We are curious and life-long learners focused on technology and innovation.
Work you'll doYou will provide knowledge to support the programs of Technology Risk & Compliance which include responding to client inquiries, reviewing contracts for security requirements, risk management, and compliance management. This position is specifically responsible for responding to complex client inquiries in relation to Deloitte's non-proprietary security controls for on prem as well as cloud infrastructure and helping with onsite visits and audits. In addition, this position will provide support for audits, including gathering and discussing evidence and managing remediation responses and activities.
Execute tasks associated with complex client inquiries, client security contracts/addendums, audits, and assessments as required for client contractual, regulatory and compliance obligations. Provides in-depth recommendations to resolve issues.
Work with the appropriate Cyber Security, Office of General Counsel, Risk Management, Audit, and Engagement Leaders to:
Provide approved responses to client inquiries and maintain library of records, documentation, and responses
Represent the Cyber Security, Risk & Compliance team on input to contract requirements relating to information technology and security controls
Help determine scope of onsite visits, audits, and assessments as defined by contracts and regulatory requirements
Liaison with external auditors and internal control owners to support various internal and external audits/assessments such as SSAE 18 (SOC 1, SOC 2, ISO 27001, HIPPA, HITRUST, cloud security alliance (CSA) and AUP
Prepare Information Technology Services (ITS) in information technology assessments and/or audits of IT systems, processes, and general IT controls. Interpret results and develop and communication recommendations to management
Assist with tasks to remediate identified risks and vulnerabilities; identify those within the organization responsible remediation tasks and negotiate dates for remediation to be complete; track progress on remediation of identified risks and vulnerabilities and provide appropriate reporting to all constituents
Uses acquired knowledge to handle technology and operational risks to the Information Technology Services organization as well as related laws, regulations, and industry standards, specifically as related to internal technology solutions; work with others to help promote effective management of identified risks in accordance with the Risk Management program
Assess and recommend policies, standards, procedures, controls, and security solutions to assure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the information technology environment
The team Information Technology Services (ITS) helps power Deloitte's success. ITS drives Deloitte, which serves many of the world's largest, most respected organizations. We develop and deploy cutting-edge internal and go-to-market solutions that help Deloitte operate effectively and lead in the market. Our reputation is built on a tradition of delivering with excellence.
The 3,000 professionals in ITS deliver services including:
Technology & Infrastructure
Strategy & Communications
Cyber Security Cyber Security vigilantly protects Deloitte and client data. The team leads a strategic cyber risk program that adapts to a rapidly changing threat landscape, changes in business strategies, risks, and vulnerabilities. Using situational awareness, threat intelligence, and building a security culture across the organization, the team helps to protect the Deloitte brand.
Education & Experience
Bachelor's degree in Information Security, Information Protection, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Systems Management or a related technical field. Equivalent educational or professional experience and/or qualifications may be substituted for the degree requirement
Five years of information security experience
A minimum of one-year experience with information technology audits and assessments for on premises and could infrastructure
Possess a general understanding of underlying infrastructure architecture including WANs, LANs, Internet, intranets, cloud computing, and communication protocols such as TCP, UDP, and IPSEC
Master's Degree preferred (e.g., Information Security, Information Protection, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Systems Management)
Three years' experience with information technology audits and assessments for on premises and could infrastructure
Knowledge of privacy principles, data protection/security regulations, and frameworks, such as ISO 27001, 27002, Agreed Upon Procedures, SSAE 18 (SOC 1) and SOC 2, HIPAA, HITRUST, cloud security fundamentals and COBIT
Experience with Offshore Development Centers and Security Operations Centers related to operations and controls
Industry certifications such as CISA or CISSP or CCSP
Consulting skills (client service orientation, conflict resolution, analysis/synthesis of information, negotiation, project management, security contracts, etc.)
Familiar with and able to apply generally accepted security methods, concepts and techniques
Limited sponsorship may be available
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.