Cyber Risk & Security Manager – Accenture Arlington, VA
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A trusted gatekeeper for all things cybersecurity. You’re the go-to expert when it comes to developing and implementing a security strategy, and your teams lead the charge building governance frameworks that keep operations safe and glitch-free. You know how to manage large teams, guiding them through complex problems and helping them – and clients – navigate change.
- Assess and manage cybersecurity risk for top-tier financial services organizations globally
- Lead or support project teams, share insights, and use analytics to find new ways of working that put people and process first
- Understand client business drivers, opportunities, and goals; work to support them
- Manage engagement risk, deliverables, and budgets across multiple, complex projects
- Support go-to-market strategies and the design, planning, and delivery of offerings
- Explore new design-based approaches to improve the client/customer experience
- Show clients where and how to benefit from a more flexible workforce
- Help grow the practice by championing Accenture initiatives and products
- Stay on top of how new regulations and technologies affect clients’ businesses – and ours
- Attract new business by creating thoughtful proposals and building strong client relationships
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Here’s what you need
- Bachelor’s degree, in risk management, information systems, or another general business-related field
- 5 years of current risk management consulting experience including:
- Reviewing and evaluating risk and compliance processes and control environments
- Working primarily in technology and security
- 3 years’ experience leading a cyber risk strategy and developing a governance program framework
Bonus points if
- You’re already one of these:
- CISSP: Certified Information Systems Security Professional
- CISM: Certified Information Security Manager
- CBCM: Certified Business Continuity Manager
- C/DRE: Certified Disaster Recovery Engineer
- CISA: Certified Information Systems Auditor
- You have time-tested project management skills – from goal-setting to managing teams, from tracking milestones to producing deliverables – all while keeping clients informed and happy
- You’ve got an MBA after your name or another type of advanced degree
- Familiarity with Robotics Process Automation (RPA), Cloud Security, Incident Response, Global Identity and Access Management
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