What We'll BringAt TransUnion, we strive to build an environment where our associates are in the driver’s seat of their professional development, while having access to help along the way. We encourage everyone to pursue passions and take ownership of their careers. With the support of colleagues and mentors, our associates are given the tools needed to get where they want to go. Regardless of job titles, our associates have the opportunity to learn new things and be a leader every day.
Come be a part of our team – you’ll work with great people, pioneering products and cutting-edge technology.
What You'll Bring5 – 8 years of information technology experience, preferably with Information Security responsibilities.
Bachelor’s degree in computer science, management systems or related field
Familiarity with current information security technologies and past experience in delivery of technologies in multiple of the following domain areas: Identity and Access Management, Application Security, Infrastructure Security, System & Data Security, Physical and Environmental Security, Business Continuity/Disaster Recover, and Regulatory/Standard Compliance.
Familiarity with industry frameworks and standards such as FISMA, NIST 800-53, 800-66, and the NIST CSF, FIPS 199 and 200, FedRAMP, SSAE16/SSAE18, PCI-DSS, and ISO 27001/27002
Information security certification a plus (CISSP, CCSFP, CISA, CISA, Security+, CCSK, CCSP or similar)
Ability to travel domestically up to 25% of time
We’re also looking for the preferred skills below. Whether you are proficient or could use some brushing up, we’re happy to support your development in:
Experience with cloud security a plus (Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud).
Impact You'll MakeTransUnion works with businesses and consumers to gather, analyze, and deliver critical information needed to build strong economies around the world. Protection of that information is critical for our customers and business.
Reporting to a Information Security Director, you will be accountable for enabling Business Unit capabilities to manage and maintain their business-specific information security and regulatory responsibilities.
Serving as a subject matter expert for the information security elements of the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 (FISMA), you will lead assessments of TransUnion information systems and processes for FISMA, as well as the annual/on-going continuous monitoring program.
Program & Project Management: Own and manage a portfolio of security projects (e.g., process improvement, assessments, other) in support of our overall Information Security strategy and annual plan objectives. Lead information security projects involving multiple stakeholders across specialty areas and International locations. Manage timelines, resources, budget and vendors/consultants. Communicate with senior management regarding project obstacles and take ownership of their resolution to continue progress towards deliverables and timelines. Projects managed are typically less than one year with majority completed in three to nine months.
Information Security Assessments: Lead and execute complex information security assessments that require both analytical and technical skills across a broad range of Information Technology topics (e.g., Identity and Access Management, Security Architecture, Physical and Environmental, etc.). Consistently follow approved risk assessment methodologies and according to risk framework(s) defined by Global Information Security. Provide continuous monitoring for key information security and business unit activities.
Collaboration: Enable TransUnion’s Public Sectors function by leading collaboration across teams and locations. Address issues upfront, define alternative solutions as needed, resolve conflict and create lasting, productive partnerships with our stakeholders.
We’re supported by flexible benefits that not only cover us but our families. We offer a variety of benefit plans and options that vary by region, country and location.
Some highlights that apply to our U.S. associates include:
Flexible time off for exempt associates
Paid parental leave
Spousal and domestic partner benefits
Charity gift matching
Employee stock purchase plan
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