Security Governance, Risk, Compliance (GRC) Lead

Information Technology San Jose, California


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Reporting to the head of cybersecurity, risk, and compliance, the GRC lead will build a program from the ground up including security policy, risk management process, and compliance with standards and regulations such as ISO27001 and EU GDPR.

Responsibilities

  • Develop the GRC operating model and a service-oriented customer engagement model.
  • Operationalize various GRC capability areas such as enterprise security risk management, compliance management, policy management, security awareness training, third party risk management, and metrics and reporting.
  • Lead the operationalization of security compliance programs to support various compliance regulations.
  • Perform risk assessments that address security threats, changes to systems and/or applications, process improvement initiatives, supplier assessments (including downstream outsourcers) and other requests from the business.
  • Work with various operational and business teams to drive toward a cohesive view of security risk and drive remediation items to closure. Maintain accurate reporting of remediation activities to bring appropriate visibility to stakeholders.
  • Monitor the security risk profiles of our suppliers to objectively determine high risk suppliers that require additional review.
  • Establish and maintain security metrics and reporting.
  • Respond to customer security/compliance questionnaires
  • Act as security risk management “ambassador” to internal customers.

Accountable for

  • The use of defined risk methodologies and best practices to perform IT/Security assessments. Responsible for the planning, scoping and execution of these assessments.
  • Driving remediation activities from identification, remediation plan and closure. Hold owners accountable to delivery of remediation solution within the agreed upon/reasonable SLA.
  • Development of actionable and agile security compliance programs to support various compliance regulations.
  • Operationalization of a metrics and reporting function to continually report on meaningful security, risk and compliance metrics for operational and executive management . Develop and manage the automation of KRIs and KPI reporting that align with operational/business risk areas and corporate risk.

Qualifications

  • Candidate must have 7+ years working in governance, risk and compliance and/or information security and risk management.
  • Functional knowledge of the CISSP security domains and information security industry standard and best practices.
  • Functional knowledge of applicable security regulatory requirements (SOX, GDPR).
  • Functional knowledge of ISMS governance models (i.e. ISO 27001, NIST, CAIQ), information security roles, security controls.
  • Functional knowledge of common security certifications (i.e. ISO 27001, SOC1, SOC2, Webtrust) and ability to glean significance from findings identified in these reports.
  • Ability to communicate risk methodologies and concepts to the business unit and IT.
  • Demonstrated experience with controls definition, development, implementation and assessment.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with diverse and distributed teams.
  • Strong attention to detail, project management and organizational skills.

 

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