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Location :
Irving, TX US
Level :
Experienced Professional
Job Category :
Information Technology
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Job Description

This is your chance to join the team responsible for helping to secure environment that runs and supports the largest publicly held personal-lines insurer, which insures more than 17 million households with over 32 billion in annual revenues and 37,000+ employees internationally. The Information Security Program delivery resource will be part of the Allstate Information Security - Assurance, Policy, Monitoring & Reporting (AIS-APMR) team and lead Information Security Program activities.

The Information Security Program Governance Ops Lead will contribute to the Info Sec Program by being a trusted advisor to our business partners, ensure execution of assurance services, and lead management of the information Security Program & Council. A broad range of professional skills along with strong interpersonal skills will be required for problem-solving, collaboration with virtual cross-functional work groups, along with tracking and reporting of program status, compliance gaps and risks.  This resource is expected to serve as a very visible trusted advisor that can clearly articulate Allstate security policies, standards, and guidelines to both technical and business audiences alike.

Job Description

Key Responsibilities include:
• Oversight and coordination of Information Security  Governance, Risk, and Compliance Program
• Coordinate and liaison across multiple functional areas to facilitate the accomplishments of Information Security decisions and strategic goals.
• Drive/ coordinate/ facilitate various work streams to deliver a more accountability for the Information Security framework and related processes
• Managing typical critical / project-related tasks, including the coordination of risk, compliance & assurance activities
• Working collaboratively with security delivery resources, technical SMEs, and various business partners / functions to support successful delivery of the overall program
• Lead the day-to-day planning, preparation, coordination, communication and follow up for the Information Security Council
• Planning team participation/leadership activities pertaining to portfolio management and execution
• Developing and produce management reporting and associated metrics
• Provide high-level guidance on security and information risk management approaches and outcomes as defined by program stakeholders and information security strategy
• Maintain,  manage and monitor stakeholder relationships, meeting schedules, minutes, RACI and partnering accountability
• Promoting a compliant & risk-aware culture, ensure efficient and effective risk and compliance management practices by adhering to require standards and processes
• Establishing and maintaining communication channels with stakeholders
• Preparing presentations, reports, and other formal and informal communications to internal business partners and direct management.
• Design an approach to enable the enterprise to be proactive, make risk-based security decisions, meet regulatory and contractual requirements, and industry-accepted best practices
• Recommend operationally feasible and cost effective solutions to reduce risk, as appropriate
• Promote sound security practice and accountability across Allstate business units, brands, and family of companies
• Help partners proactively maintain a strong cybersecurity preparedness and response posture
• General assurance compliance program support, partnering with external auditors, security architects/engineers, and various program management areas as required
• Responsible for building effective working relationships, making sound decisions, successfully making changes, initiating action and achieving results as a trusted advisor

Job Qualifications

• Self-starter who demonstrates complete ownership over assigned responsibilities and is able to work independently in a "semi-structured" environment.
• Minimum 7 - 10 years of Risk, Governance and IT/Security experience
• Expert executive communication skills, both written and verbal - Ability to tailor communication of  complex and technical issues to cross functional audiences for executive decision making
• Experience with executive stakeholder management
• Working knowledge of program/project management
• Experience with GRC functions
• Demonstrates technical innovation, leadership skills and capabilities
• Strong decision-making capabilities, with a call-to-action focus
• Knowledge of the organizations core business and mission processes
• Displays knowledge of enterprise-class technology  organizations and processes
• Maintains an awareness of emerging information security technologies and industry trends
• Ability to stay up to date with the current cybersecurity threat landscape to account for changing circumstances when evaluating security risks, maintain technical proficiency via self or formal training
• Must possess practical working knowledge of cross-domain information security and risk management best-practices - basic understanding of IT security best practices by applying depth and breadth of expertise in multiple domains and security disciplines
• Proven experience dealing with ambiguous situations, and producing a consistent result with varied input
• Strong organizational skills, ability to effectively manage multiple, competing projects/priorities while achieving targeted completion results
• Ability to effectively work with technical and non-technical resources, able to partner with multiple business groups, managers, and network architects or engineers
• Ability to write quality documentation and/or presentations is a must - Proficient in MS Office Pro Suite –  Power Point, Excel and SharePoint
• Relevant postsecondary education and/or industry standard certifications preferred (i.e. ISACA- CISA,CISM; ISC2-CISSP; SANS Institute/GIAC; PCIP)
• Basic knowledge of: PCI DSS 3.2, HIPAA applicable security / privacy controls, Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) 404, ISO/IEC 27000 family of standards, NIST 800-53, NIST cybersecurity framework, and COBIT
• Basic knowledge of common application security architecture and vulnerabilities (e.g. OWASP Top 10), attack techniques and remediation tactics/strategies.
• General familiarity with common enterprise infrastructure (OS platforms, directory services, networking infrastructure, appliances, middleware, common security infrastructure)

Preference toward candidates with experience working within large Financial/Insurance organizations on internal audit, regulatory or contractual information security compliance projects.

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As a Fortune 100 company and industry leader, we provide a competitive salary – but that’s just the beginning. Our Total Rewards package also offers benefits like tuition assistance, medical and dental insurance, as well as a robust pension and 401(k). Plus, you’ll have access to a wide variety of programs to help you balance your work and personal life -- including a generous paid time off policy.

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