Cyber and Information Risk Analyst

Are you interested in joining a sophisticated risk management team with the ability to lead BUSA in its efforts to manage cyber and information security risk? We're looking for someone like that who can support the Bank Information Security Officer to:
-Act as the subject matter expert (SME) on Cyber and Information Security issues within the bank
-Conduct cyber security threat assessments, identify risks, and track and report on remediation.
-Provide cyber and information security insight and expertise in assessing new business opportunities.
-Report to senior bank management on cyber security status and initiatives
-Provide regular updates to the Compliance and Operational Risk and Bank Technology Committees
-Partner with Data Privacy on Red Flags and Information Security Training
-Maintain the bank's information security procedures.
-Interact with bank regulators on cyber and information security management oversight
-Coordinate with outside vendors on the protection of client information, data transmission protocols, and on Cyber / Info Security assessments
-Partner with IT to ensure that Application Security Testing (ASF) - Vulnerability Management is done and report to management.
-Oversee the bank's data loss protection program
-Stay up to date on cyber risk trends via external channels and industry committees.
-Stay up to date on regulations impacting cyber and information security management. Ensure all strategies and initiatives meet regulatory requirements.
-Ensure sound procedures are in place regarding regulatory requirements and take the lead in audit and compliance exam preparation and follow up.
-Take ownership of Cyber breach notifications to Bank Management and the regulators
-Drive a culture of front to back Cyber security awareness across the Bank
-Support Product and functional teams to ensure new initiatives and products comply with Bank Information security policy

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