Third-Party Security Test Coordinator
What We'll BringAt TransUnion, we have a welcoming and energetic environment that encourages collaboration and innovation. We are consistently exploring new technologies and tools to be agile. This environment gives our people the opportunity to hone current skills and build new capabilities, while discovering their genius.
Come be a part of our team – you’ll work with great people, pioneering products and cutting-edge technology.
What You'll Bring2+ years of project delivery, project management, coordination, or similar
Organization skills and a strong attention to detail
Ability to take direction from management and work both independently and as part of a collaborative team
High level of motivatation and a commitment to self-development
Able to effectively communicate testing goals to vendor and the resulting findings to key stakeholders and technical staff
Familiarity with several of these areas: security tools, testing methodologies, security concepts, network architecture and computer architecture
Familiarity with various types of penetration testing methodologies (Network, Wireless, Application, etc.)
Familiarity with various types of compliance frameworks (PCI, HITRUST, HIPAA, etc.)
We'd Love to See:
2+ years in Information Systems, Information Security or related field
Bachelor’s degree in Project Management, Information Technology, Business Information Systems, Computer Science or a related field
Possess or willingness to obtain one of the following certifications (or similar): GPEN, GWAPT, OSCP, CISSP, eCPPT, etc.
Impact You'll MakeThe successful candidate will work closely with the VTM team and play a critical role scheduling, tracking and coordinating application, network and wireless penetration tests conducted by TransUnion’s external testing vendors.
The ideal candidate will be capable of both balancing the demands of shifting schedules and communicating with stakeholders across the globe and sufficiently technical to understand the content of the delivered reports.
The Attack Surface Reduction team is responsible for evaluating TransUnion’s global attack surface and leading efforts to reduce its attack surface via the Secure Software Development Lifecycle and Vulnerability Management Framework.
Schedule and coordinate security testing for TransUnion globally
Participate in the reporting of findings with TransUnion’s risk management platform
Maintain relationships with testing vendors
Collaborate across teams to build knowledge sharing and partnerships in support of the team’s efforts and goals
Evaluate the results of penetration tests for consistency and quality
Grow/Strengthen security skills by assisting the Vulnerability Threat Management team with some of their day-to-day responsibilities
Stay up-to-date on modern attack techniques