Job Requisition Number: 23628. The Division of Student Affairs advances the learning and personal growth of students by providing leadership, services, and opportunities that enable students to succeed in and contribute to a diverse and global society. Student Affairs Information Technologies (SAIT), a department within the Division, provides and supports the technology and computing services for the Division. SAIT supports many of the services provided to students, the Division of Student Affairs, and the university community.
SAIT consists of 30+ full-time career staff and over 70+ student part-time staff. The department is organized into six teams: Student Technologies, Portfolio and Project Management, Application Development, Systems, Operations, and Information Security.
The Information Security team within Student Affairs Information Technologies is responsible for managing, guiding, and/or executing the implementation of security initiatives and improvements to information security policies and procedures that protect Student Affairs business processes and technology resources.
It also functions as an internal consultant providing technical expertise related to information security and risk management and is responsible for assessing information risk and facilitating remediation of identified vulnerabilities in the systems and applications within the Division of Student Affairs. Additional duties may involve developing and maintaining the security of data and systems as the primary responsibility of the position. The team plans, designs, develops, implements and maintains systems and programs to ensure the integrity, reliability and security of data and systems.
?Applies IT security concepts to execute complex security controls to prevent hackers from infiltrating campus information or jeopardizing web-based programs for the campus. Researches, analyzes and addresses attempted efforts to compromise security protocols and measures. Evaluates and tests systems and applications for security vulnerabilities ?Maintains, uses and/or operates complex security systems. ?Administers, tests or reviews complex security configurations to control access to systems. ?Applies IT security concepts to use applicable encryption methods. ?Gathers, analyzes, and summarizes information and reporting to management regarding the negative impact on the campus caused by theft, destruction, alteration or denial of access of information. ?Applies it security concepts to select appropriate response to serious security incidents. ?Maintains a positive relationship with other departments and personnel that will assist in the development, funding, promotion, and/or public relations of the Division of Student Affairs and SAIT. Supports the success and objectives of SAIT. ?Participates in the annual cycle of recruitment, hiring and training; shares responsibility for developing and sustaining a strong student leadership program. ?Adheres to University and departmental policies, procedures, and professional practices as well as city, state, and federal laws. Also responsible for adherence to UC Berkeley?s Data Classification Standard, Minimum Security Standards for Networked Devices and Minimum Security Standards for Electronic Information. ?Other duties as assigned.Knowledge/Skills: ?Minimum of five years of direct full-time security work experience in two or more security fields. ?Requires thorough knowledge of systems of IT security function. ?Must have knowledge relating to the design of security programs across the campus, including but not limited to federal, state, and industry requirements for personal data (e.g. FERPA, PCI DSS, UCOP BFB IS Series, HIPAA, DMCA, HEOA, etc.). ?Must have knowledge relating to the design of security programs. ?Requires knowledge of other areas of IT. ?Knowledge of department processes and procedures. ?Perform and/or assist with security reviews ?Requires interpersonal skills in order to work with both technical and non-technical personnel at various levels in the organization.
Education/Training: ?Bachelors degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training ?Master?s degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training preferred
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