Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Professional Posted On: Fri Jul 5 2019 Job Description:
Budget Title: Lead Programmer/Analyst (SL-3)
Salary: Commensurate with experience
The Information Security Analyst will be responsible for assisting the Chief Information Security Officer/Director of Information Security in developing and maintaining Binghamton University information security capabilities, implementing security controls, responding to information security incidents, and the monitoring of administrative, academic systems and networks for policy enforcement and compliance. The Information Security Analyst will work with cross-functional teams to design and implement security initiatives; serve as a resource person on specific information security technologies and technology-related compliance requirements.
The Information Security Analyst reports to the Chief Information Security Officer/Director of Information Security and works closely with Information Technology Services (ITS) leadership to build awareness and implementation of security controls, within the department and across the University.
In addition, the information security analyst will:
Maintain and develop information security software tools (unix/linux, python, php, and sql-based)
Recommend remediation strategies and technologies for mitigating risks
Evaluate current and future requirements and develop or recommend technical and operational solutions accordingly
Support and manage risk mitigation tools as needed
Develop specifications and standards for equipment, software, and procedures in support of University policies
Investigate internal and external reports of information security issues
Assist in analyzing results from intrusion detection systems, intrusion prevention systems, network mapping software, log analysis, and other tools to detect, respond to, and mitigate information security related vulnerabilities and incidents
Maintain audit and oversight of processes, procedures, and tools used to ensure security controls
Maintain metrics and prepare reports
Perform trend and root cause analysis
Liaison with various University constituencies on behalf of the CISO as needed
Serves as a resource person in assessing systems, processes, and projects against compliance requirements, control objectives, and security best practices; interacts with internal and external technical staff and consults with project teams at various stages of project cycles
Must be able to maintain data confidentiality and compliance with regulatory requirements (HIPAA, FERPA, PCI, etc.).
Bachelor's Degree and two years of relevant experience or an Associate's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems/Sciences, or related field with IT industry security certifications (i.e. CISSP, GIAC [GCFA, GCIH, GCED, GCWN, and/or GNFA], NIST Cybersecurity Framework [Foundation or Practitioner]) and at least five years of relevant experience (for example, information security analyst, Linux/Unix desktop or server support function, or Windows desktop or server support function)
Demonstrated strong written and oral communications skills
Ability to work with multiple constituencies within a culturally diverse environment
Experience working with programming or scripting languages (e.g., python, php, ruby, bash)
Practical experience with one or more relational database packages
A demonstrated understanding of network topologies, architectures, protocols, and addressing schemes
Knowledge of and a demonstrated ability to operate Unix and Windows-based security tools (e.g., nmap, Snort, group policy)
Experience in a university-based or a research technology environment
Experience in working in a large complex organization
Network management experience is desirable
The candidate demonstrates competence in the area of information security. This can be in the form of professional certificates or specific work experiences. These experiences should be detailed in a cover letter
Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check and verification of degree(s) and credentials.
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