Systems Engineer Security Analyst

Description   Positon Summary The Security Analyst will work directly with all business units in support of maintaining and identifying opportunities to improve the information security posture of both Wintrust and its customers. The Security Analyst will be an active participant in the daily execution of information security related compliance controls including monitoring, scanning, analysis, reporting, validation, and evidence archival. Where appropriate, the Security Analyst will serve Wintrust and its customers in a consultative role as a corporate information security subject matter expert (SME).   Accountability Develop security metrics and dashboards for presentation to Executive team members Researches/investigates emerging business application security topics, threats, capabilities, and solution options to create/update policy and governance, technology strategies, solution architecture, and vulnerability assessments Analyzes, designs, and facilitates capabilities, solutions, or preventative/remediation controls to protect proprietary/confidential data and systems in accordance with industry standards and governance/compliance requirements Assist in creating and maintaining information security policies, including technical and administrative policies.   Qualifications   Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience. 3-5 years of related experience. Completion of at least 1 security related certification preferred (e.g. CISA, CIA, CFE, CISM, SSCP, CEH, CIPP, GIAC) A thorough understanding of network and system based attack vectors Solid understanding of information security related concerns in the deployment of firewalls, switches, routers, DNS, IDS/IPS, cloud infrastructure, and log management Working knowledge of various compliance regulations and IT/security frameworks/standards (e.g. PCI DSS, HIPAA, FedRAMP, FFIEC, FINRA, ISO20000, ISO27000, ITILv3, NIST, SAS70) Knowledge of the Managed Services Provider industry is a plus 1800700
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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