U.S. Bank Cyber Defense Data Protection Operations Engineer - Telecommute in Minnesota
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The Principal Security Operations Engineer will be primarily responsible for implementing and supporting security solutions and technologies to help protect the organization’s data resources from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, destruction, modification, or disruption. Responsible for the delivery of applications and infrastructure that meet the highest standards, thus maintaining and enhancing customer trust. Analyzes system services, operating systems, networks and applications from a security perspective, discovering security issues that appear under new threat scenarios.
The Data Protection Operations Engineer is a critical role within the Information Security Technology Operations team, focused on solutions that identify and protect sensitive bank information from threats and misuse. The incumbent will focus on implementing and supporting sustainable tools and technologies pertinent to securing sensitive data in transit and at rest through the use of Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), Native Cloud Data Protection tools, Vendor Data Leakage Protection (DLP), Database Monitoring, Tokenization, and Encryption technologies. The position will perform as a subject matter expert (SME) for data protection technologies, including capacity planning and improvement of solution health, performance, stability, and ongoing support. Additional responsibilities include creating diagrams, reports, procedure documentation, implementing organizational policies, upgrades, and ensuring implemented solutions meet the security requirements for supported projects and initiatives.
Serve as a Level 3 Engineer for the pertinent technologies.
Perform management activities such as design, implementation, monitoring, capacity planning, scalability testing, fail-over testing, backup/recovery planning, disaster recovery and performance and security baselines.
Implement tasks/projects critical to the organization’s data protection technologies.
Deploy and support data protection monitoring and prevention tools with primary focus on our Cloud DLP solutions and Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) tools. Participate as SME in the team that supports Data Leakage Protection (DLP), Database Monitoring, Tokenization, and Encryption).
Develop and support detection rules for the Cloud DLP solutions and Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) tools.
Create procedures to support the analysis of events/incidents for remediation suggestions to relevant areas.
Research and document security best practices to proactively identify security gaps including vendor review, technology evaluations, demos, and proof of concept trials.
Identify, isolate, and document solution defects and work with the owner/vendor to bring issues to resolution.
Create and regularly evaluate process, quality control, and configuration management documentation.
Partner with other teams to ensure the successful deployment of security tools (e.g.: Business lines, Network Operations, Database Mgmt, Risk Mgmt, Audit/Compliance, other ISS teams, Mid-Range Server Teams, Mainframe Server Teams, etc.)
Participate in an on-call rotation.
Develop disaster recovery plans and exercises.
Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Science, or equivalent work experience
Eight or more year of experience in information security
Two or more years of experience in IT infrastructure management, application architecture, risk management, data architecture, middleware technology, and IT operations and project management
6+ years of proven success in a similar security role.
Extensive experience with AWS, GCP, and Azure Cloud Technologies
Familiarity with common industry best practices (ITIL, SDLC, AGILE, COBIT).
A strong understanding of tiered defense-in-depth security design.
Detailed technical knowledge of security engineering and operations.
Experience with database management or database activity monitoring solutions.
Knowledge of database concepts such as SQL (DML/DQL/DCL) and clustering.
Experience with DLP tools.
Knowledge of tokenization and encryption.
A strong understanding of Data Protection and Compliance best practices.
Confident ability to recognize security events of interest that may require improved detection/alerting capabilities.
Extensive experience with Windows and/or Linux/Unix Servers.
Extensive experience in routing and switching technologies.
Familiar with technologies in the security monitoring, event correlation and alert/detection space.
Experience creating reports and dashboards for metrics/KPIs.
Effectively communicate technical information to non-technical audiences and influence others to comply with policies/conform to standards and best practices.
Excellent organizational, time management and interpersonal skills.
Strong attention to detail and process.
CISSP, GIAC, CISA, or other appropriate certifications.
Project management skills.
Security and IT metrics experience a plus; report creation abilities strongly desired.
Experience with process automation and/or scripting (i.e. XML, C++, VBA, Regular Expressions, Python, Pearl, Power Shell, etc.).
Experience with audit related frameworks, such as the NIST Cyber Security Framework and Common Control Framework.
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