The Cyber Security Engineer II is responsible for monitoring, assessing, and remediating cybersecurity events in order to secure and protect proprietary, personal and privileged electronic data. Lead the effort to investigate and resolve critical Cybersecurity threats as they arise. Assess damage to the data/infrastructure as a result of security incidents, examine available recovery tools and processes, and recommend solutions. Define and manage the Threat and Vulnerability tool environment and ensure compliance with current industry standards and best practices. Research security tools and create business cases to justify upgrading or replacing existing threat and vulnerability detection systems.
Major Areas of Accountability:
•Define and lead TCF’s Threat and Vulnerability strategy. Move new initiatives from strategy to implementation by documenting the architectural plan, implementing a solution design, and documenting changes to engineering standards.
•Develop and align security improvement initiatives to be consistent with the business objectives. Lead the Info Security Risk Management team in the resolution of complex, mission-critical cybersecurity incidents.
•Proactively identify and document security vulnerabilities in TCF’s client/server, web, and mobile applications/infrastructure as well as network infrastructure. Advise Software Development teams on the security architecture in order to design application solutions that meet Information Security Requirements.
•Take a security and risk leadership role with strategic planning, program development, business case support, and solution direction in order to maintain business value as it relates to Information Security. [combine with A?]
•Create new Information Security procedures and continuously update and evaluate current procedures to best align with TCF and industry best practices.
•Identify and communicate to key TCF business stakeholders any emerging technologies that could solve capability gaps in the Information Security Architecture. Organize and drive the adoption of any emerging technologies.
•Engage with cyber intelligence analyst counterparts across the US Intelligence landscape. Examine Law enforcement logs such as the NSA, FBI, local police, etc. for the latest network threats and vulnerabilities catalogued.
•4-year college degree or equivalent industry experience
•Certified Information Systems Security Professional certification (CISSP) or Security Plus.
•Master’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Computer Information Systems, or Computer Engineering preferred.
•Industry certifications: Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Ethical Hacking (CEH), Certified Computer Examiner (CFCE), Certified Critical Infrastructure Systems Professional (CCISP).
•6 years of experience in IT Security Field.
•Emphasis in network engineering with extensive experience in the design, implementation, operations and maintenance of a variety of Windows Servers, Application and Database servers, relevant Network Security appliances and Endpoint Security products.
•Experience in a senior data security leadership role.
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
•Process architecture and design skills with extensive experience in leading complex and enterprise infrastructure upgrade projects in data security.
•10 years of experience in IT Security Field.
•Demonstrated project management skills
•Experience leading and motivating cross-functional, interdisciplinary teams.
•Demonstrated relationship building skills.
•Ability to multitask with concurrent activities.
•No direct supervisory responsibility, but will supervise project team members.
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