Deloitte Lead Cyber Data Protection Analyst in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Are you passionate about technology and interested in joining a community of collaborative colleagues who respectfully and courageously seek to challenge the status quo? If so, read on to learn more about an exciting opportunity with Deloitte's Information Technology Services (ITS). We are curious and life-long learners focused on technology and innovation.
Work you'll do
US Cyber Data Protection team is responsible for securing and protecting confidential data of Deloitte US Member Firm, our Clients and our Employees. Team's core mission is to implement consistent security controls to protect Firm's data and data entrusted to us by our Clients to build their trust and protect our brand. We are seeking an experienced and energetic Cybersecurity Lead Data Protection Analyst with outstanding communication, analytical and project management skills to join the US Cybersecurity Data Protection team within Information Technology Services (ITS) Organization.
The Cyber security Lead Data Protection Analyst role requires prior hands on technical cyber security engineering experience in developing, implementing, and providing day to day support for cyber security solutions and capabilities. You will have the responsibility to provide data security direction and guidance for US Member Firms data protection initiatives. You will play a key role in recommending consistent implementation of data security controls and design principles within Deloitte US Member Firm, and to help understand where our data resides, and how to protect it. You will also require cyber security and data security industry technical knowledge and collaboration skills to work with all role levels and functional groups within Deloitte. You will serve as a Team Lead, primarily focused on several cyber data protection services including, but not limited to web security, cloud access security broker, date encryption, key and certificate management, advanced threat protection, endpoint detection and remediation, data loss prevention, data classification and rights management, data retention and destruction etc. You will require an understanding of the entire ecosystem of cyber data protection and well-rounded understanding of other information security domains and their inter-relations across that ecosystem.
Information Technology Services (ITS) helps power Deloitte's success, which serves many of the world's largest, most respected organizations. We develop and deploy cutting-edge internal and go-to-market solutions that help Deloitte operate effectively and lead in the market. Our reputation is built on a tradition of delivering with excellence.
The 3,000 professionals in ITS deliver services including:
Technology & Infrastructure
Strategy & Communications
Cyber Security vigilantly protects Deloitte and client data. The team leads a strategic cyber risk program that adapts to a rapidly changing threat landscape, changes in business strategies, risks, and vulnerabilities. Using situational awareness, threat intelligence, and building a security culture across the organization, the team helps to protect the Deloitte brand.
Areas of focus include:
Risk & Compliance
Identity & Access Management
Bachelor's degree in IT, Cyber Security, Computer Science or related fields or equivalent experience
Minimum 5 years of experience implementing Cyber technologies within a complex business environment, through requirements gathering, building, testing, and production roll out
Demonstrated ability to technically assist and guide work of cyber security analysts and engineers in developing and implementing Cyber Data Protection solutions and capabilities that are clearly aligned to business, technology, and threat drivers
Limited immigration sponsorship may be available
At least one professional cyber security certification designation required such as CISSP, CISA, CISM, CCSP, CEH, SANS GIAC, CRISC, CompTIA Security+ etc.
Hands on experience in at least two areas of the below Cyber Data Protection technologies:
Key and Certificate Lifecycle Management Technology (i.e., Venafi TPP, Vormetric)
Next Generation Antivirus and Endpoint Detection and Remediation Technology (i.e. Cylance, Crowdstrike Falcon, Microsoft Defender, VMware Carbonblack etc.)
Cloud Access Security Broker Technology (i.e., McAfee CASB, Broadcom CASB, Netskope CASB etc.),
Web Protection Technology (i.e. Symantec WSS, Zscaler, Forcepoint Web Proxy, Cisco Ironport etc.)
DNS Security Technology (Cisco OpenDNS, Infoblox Threatgrid etc.)
Data Classification and Rights Management Technology (i.e. Microsoft Azure Information Protection, Boldon James, Titus etc.)
Data Encryption Technologies
Public Key Infrastructure Platform (Digicert, GeoTrust, Verisign etc.)
Broad knowledge and experience across IT infrastructure with security frameworks and standards such as ISO 17799/27001 and other relevant security-related regulations such as PCI, HIPAA, SOX etc.
Lead the technical configuration, implementation, administration and management of multiple data protection cyber security products and solutions
Lead and define vendor evaluations and proof of concepts for service improvements, in-flight projects and emerging technologies
Be up to date on industry trends around cyber risk and data protection practices
Develop and maintain an in-depth understanding of Deloitte's business processes, core systems, technologies, data, client engagement teams and customers
Lead collaboration with Global Cybersecurity Data Protection Team to help develop US Data Security technical roadmap
Excellent organizational, communications (oral and written), problem solving, customer service and interpersonal skills
Demonstrated track record in sound judgement, strong attention in detail, developing quality work products and effective resolution of customer issues with cyber security technologies
Remain calm while retaining your ability to influence others in high pressure situations
Highly collaborative work ethic, demonstrated agility and strong teaming skills
Quick and eager learner to apply new skills and technologies in a results-oriented manner
For individuals assigned and/or hired to work in Colorado, Deloitte is required by law to include a reasonable estimate of the compensation range for this role. This compensation range is specific to the State of Colorado and takes into account the wide range of factors that are considered in making compensation decisions including but not limited to skill sets; experience and training; licensure and certifications; and delivery model. We would not anticipate that the individual hired into this role would land at or near the top end of the range, but such a decision will be dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case. A reasonable estimate of the range is $95500 to $159165.