The Information Security Architect plans, develops, implements, and evaluates a holistic, integrated, risk-based security framework (comprising policies, procedures, and control techniques) to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the University’s information. The Architect assesses needs and makes recommendations for architectural change through involvement with regional, national, and international research and education organizations and working groups. The position is responsible for developing architectural requirements through close consultation with SFU’s academic and research communities. The Architect leads or participates in the completion of Privacy Impact Assessments, Threat Risk Assessments, and/or Business Impact Assessments prior to the production implementation of new IT services. The Architect supports the effective management of information security risks and adherence to legislative and partner requirements.
Relocation expenses are negotiable.
About Simon Fraser University
Simon Fraser University (SFU) is currently recognized by the Maclean’s University Ranking Guide as Canada’s leading comprehensive university and has held first or second place in each of the past eight years. Offering generous benefits, SFU is also consistently ranked as one of Canada's Top 100 Employers and Top 20 Family-Friendly Employers.