Threat modeling is a framework for risk discovery and management and is the practice of examining software and systems to identify and eliminate insecure patterns as early as possible. Threat modeling ensures that software and systems continue to evolve securely as new features are added and the cyber threat landscape evolves. Threat models can be used to provide context and drive prioritization decisions across the software delivery lifecycle and the cyber security and risk management domain.
The Enterprise Threat Modeling Program consists of an Operations team and a Tools Engineering Team. In this Threat Modeling Engineer role you will report to the Operations team lead, and you will develop and leverage your skills as a threat modeling subject matter expert.
The Threat Modeling Operations team works to fully embed threat modeling into Capital One's software delivery and risk management processes. Working in this team you will help establish threat modeling best practices, and evolve governance and education for those practices. This will require you to collaborate closely with the Information Security Office and Engineering teams to support the adoption of threat modeling. In order to support the adoption of threat modeling you will collaborate with the organization's education team to provide training materials, and you will produce best practice whitepapers, blog posts and presentations that raise awareness of threat modeling.
You will be required to partner with other areas of the Cyber organization to develop processes for threat models to be consumed to inform and provide context for other Cyber processes (e.g. application security testing, alert and response playbook definitions, red team activities, risk assessments etc). You will work on initiatives to integrate threat modeling with risk management processes within Capital One.
You are pragmatic and practical in your understanding of risk and security, but also willing to know when to pull in experts and escalate. You collaborate and innovate with other teams within Capital One to push the envelope.
Partner with the Information Security Office and Engineering to embed threat modeling into the software delivery lifecycle
Develop and execute governance for threat modeling and provide reporting of compliance and adoption
Produce educational training materials, whitepapers and blog posts that support the adoption of threat modeling by associates across the business
Integrate threat modeling into organizational Risk Management practices
Partner with other functions in Cyber to enable those functions to consume threat models to drive greater value from threat modeling across Cyber
Evolve the practice of threat modeling in Capital One, and fully integrate threat modeling with Risk Management practices.
Support our customers in adopting and using the threat modeling tools we deliver for the business. Provide documentation to aid our customers in using those tools, and establish process and governance for the use of those tools.
Identify and implement process improvements for the work you deliver on through KPIs and OKRs.
Work with the customers and stakeholders of the threat modeling program, feedback on our work and strive to use that feedback to improve the delivery for the team and yourself.
Plan and deliver your work with the team through Agile and Scrum practices to provide visibility and transparency.
Develop and execute data driven controls and reporting, and drive outcomes into the teams that need to take action.
Work with the Program leadership to present information and influence change at senior management level.
Grow the presence of Capital One in the threat modeling community across the industry.
High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent certification
At least 4 years of Information Technology or Cybersecurity experience
At least 3 years of experience in a Security Operations or Risk or Process and Operations role
At least 2 years of experience with Cloud technologies (Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud Platform)
1+ years of experience with Threat Modeling methodologies
1+ years of experience with developing Standards and Procedures
1+ years of experience with cyber risk frameworks (CIS-RAM, NIST)
1+ years of experience with producing educational and training materials
1+ years of experience in developing dashboards and performance reporting
1+ years of experience utilizing Agile methodologies
1+ years financial services industry experience
1+ years experience in Offensive and/or Defensive Security techniques
Professional certifications (Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), AWS Cloud Practitioner, Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP), AWS Certified Solutions Architect, Certified Secure Software Engineer, GCDA, or GCIH)
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