IT Security Architect
These roles provide overall direction, life cycle management and leadership for all information security architecture and technology. They serve as security experts in application development, database design and platform efforts, managing vendors and helping project teams comply with enterprise and IT security policies, industry regulations, and best practices.
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Possesses high-level competencies in communications, including the ability to easily interact with leadership, colleagues, business partners and vendors; approaching business problems with new and innovative thinking; and the ability to solve complex and dynamic business needs. Possesses strategic thinking and analytical skills, along with effective self-management skills and self-motivation. Ability to evaluate offerings and manage strategic vendor relationships.
Demonstrates skills including understanding of infrastructure/system principles, architecture and implementation of infrastructure solutions (e.g., server, storage) across people, processes, and devices.
Proficient in database management skills, including data management policy and security of applications, data, device, infrastructure and network components. Able to secure all enterprise components, establish and manage enterprise security and privacy policies and procedures.
Demonstrate understanding of architecture principles. Able to architect and implementing enterprise system solutions across people, processes, and devices. Knowledge of integrating applications, integration policy and managing and monitoring enterprise-wide integration.
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