The University of Arizona is accepting applications for an Information Security Analyst, Principal. Reporting to the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer, this position will play a key role in architecting the information security threat landscape for the University of Arizona.
Duties will include evaluating, configuring, and automating security systems and processes to improve the information security posture of the University of Arizona. This position will also provide information security expertise in risk management and regulatory compliance for other campus departments.
Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!
Duties & Responsibilities
• Evaluate, recommend, desig, configure, automate, and monitor information security tools and processes, completing risk assessments, understanding information security framework concepts, and configuring pertinent security metrics to help the ISO better understand the University of Arizona’s information security posture.. •Provide technical expertise for the implementation of security measures to protect information systems, networks, and data. •Contribute security expertise to discussions and planning for overall security architecture for the University, ensuring security is a foundational concept. •Provide security domain expertise to help distributed campus IT security managers. •Information security related duties as assigned.
•Bachelor’s degree in a technical field, or substantially equivalent educational and job related experience in the information security field. •Two to three years of work within the information security field with in-depth knowledge and experience in at least two of the following areas: Threat monitoring, log management, incident management, risk management, compliance (HIPAA, FERPA, PCIDSS, CUI related), or security awareness. •Evidence of effective skills in creative problem solving and a team-based approach to achieving success in a highly technical environment. •Excellent analytical, time management, and interpersonal and organizational skills.
•Bachelor’s degree in a security related field. •Three to five years of work within the information security field with in-depth knowledge and experience in three of the following areas: Threat monitoring, log management, incident management, risk management, compliance (HIPAA, FERPA, PCIDSS, CUI related), or security awareness. •Evidence of continued formal or self-directed education to maintain technical skills. •Experience with information policies based on the NIST framework. •Experience working in higher education. •Hands-on experience with security information and event management tools. •Hands-on experience with governance, risk and compliance applications.