You ideally have had experience as:
- Lead architect/engineer; responsible for alignment of perimeter security architecture and design standards with business strategy, service delivery, and client and vendor relationships.
- Security engineering governance; responsible for making sure new designs meet existing standards.
- Developing/maintaining technology/product roadmaps, next generation strategies/deployment models
- Excellent presentation skills, interpersonal skills, verbal and written communications skills.
- Defines and implements information security strategies and procedures.
- Works with engineering teams to define and refine information security and systems management policies and settings.
- Evaluates new and emerging products, technologies and make recommendations to leadership concerning introduction of new technologies.
- Reviews, prioritizes and recommends information security improvements as they relate to the achievement of Relativity’s business goals and objectives.
- Provides analysis of potential risk to information security and recommends solutions.
- Reviews and recommends changes to information security policies.
- Support Computer Incident Response Teams (CIRT) as appropriate.
- Develops complex solutions to business problems or customer engagements through in-depth analysis, coordination and negotiation with key decision makers.
- Uses experience, innovation and judgment to make decisions that may be based on partial information.
- Considers Relativity-wide implications of decisions and recommendations.
- Adapts and integrates own experience with Relativity-wide strategy.
- Develops innovative solutions to problems without precedent.
- Contributes to business results through quality of results, advice and decisions.
- Develops standards around which others will operate.
- Designs and develops global processes, systems and/or applications.
- Contributes to thought leadership.
- Influences a broad spectrum of stakeholders toward achieving business goals.
- Builds consensus.
- Ensures understanding of technical matters by non-technical, executive decision makers.