This position is a "Remote based" Full-time role: Security Information Security Manager with a Warbird Client.
As a Manager, you are expected to have broad general knowledge, gained through both education and work experience. You are responsible for the outcomes of the team and for the development of team member skill sets. You can be trusted to work independently with very limited supervision, and can effectively train, coach, and delegate to others. You have a strong ability to work on and prioritize multiple, concurrent projects while meeting aggressive deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Willingness to participate in cross-functional training and support.
POS Position scope: Key Technologies:
NETWORK SECURITY: Palo Alto Firewalls; Network-based anomaly detection; Active Directory
DATA SECURITY: Data Classification; Data Loss Prevention (Endpoint, Network, and Cloud); CASB (Cloud Access Security Broker); Behavioral Analytics
CLOUD SECURITY: IaaS and SaaS Configuration Security; Scripting Language Security ; Network based anomaly detection; Understanding of GCP, AWS, and/or Azure
Required Skills & Experience:
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Say hello to possibilities.
It's not everyday that you consider starting a new career. We're RingCentral, and we're happy that someone as talented as you is considering this role.
First, a little about us, we're the global leader in cloud-based communications and collaboration software. We are fundamentally changing the nature of human interaction-giving people the freedom to connect powerfully and personally from anywhere, at any time, on any device.
We're a $1.5 billion company that's growing at 30+% annually and we're expanding our Cloud Ops Team to make sure we stay ahead of the competition.
The RingCentral CISO team is the engine that drives and helps implement security standards for RingCentral. By partnering closely with Product & Technology, we work with teams from Engineering to UX/UI to CloudOps, to help come up with the biggest ideas in secure cloud communications that are imagined, developed, and delivered. If there's a better way to bring people together, RingCentral is finding it, iterating on it, and sharing it with the world.
RingCentral surrounds you with world-class technology and talent, in a people-first environment built from the ground up to help you do the best work of your career. We're not just changing the nature of communication and teamwork. We're winning, together.
As part of the CISO team, you'll help define and drive the security standards, compliance, and disciplines required for complex, business-critical problems supported with elegant, user-friendly solutions that perform at massive scale. It's a once-in-a-career chance to get your hands on the latest-and-greatest technologies, and build the platform that's reshaping the way the world communicates.
Information Security Risk Manager (Belmont CA or remote USA):
Essential Job Functions:
Lead and manage lifecycle of information security findings, issues and risks in support of audit, compliance and risk management
Manage cybersecurity compliance in support of audit projects (such as SOC2, HITRUST, FedRamp, etc.) from planning phase to completion phase.
Closely partner with compliance and audit specialists to ensure issue management aligned with audit framework requirements
Analyze security controls and compliance requirements for various frameworks such as SOC2, HIPAA, HITRUST, PCI/DSS, ISO27001 and FedRAMP Perform internal gap assessments for new frameworks.
Work closely with product, regulatory, privacy, security, engineering, operations, sales, marketing to initiate and implement issue and risk management discipline. Assist with compliance and security engineering projects as needed.
Perform annual risk assessment and drive remediation activity across various teams.
Perform continuous monitoring of compliance activities and work with SMEs to drive remediation efforts and process improvements.
Develop governance, risk & compliance measurements and metrics to report up to executive management.
Bachelor's degree required; BS in Computer Science, Information Security, or related field is preferred.
Minimum 5 years of experience in the field of Information Security, Cybersecurity, Audit and/or Compliance is required.
2+ years of experience in people & team management.
STRONG project management skills/abilities. Must be able to bring order to chaos.
SaaS or Cloud security experience desirable.
Deep knowledge of at least two or more security frameworks (such as ISO 27001, PCI, SOC2, NIST, etc.) and ability to determine measures that will satisfy controls, design controls and determine solutions is strongly required.
Strong knowledge of additional security frameworks (CIS Critical Controls, HIPAA, HITRUST to Mitigate Cyber Security Incidents, UK Cyber Essentials, etc.) would be desirable.
Project Management: Plan and manage several projects to meet compliance and security requirements. Effectively communicate with other teams at RingCentral during the entire project cycle.
About RingCentral: RingCentral is the worldwide leader in cloud-based communications. Our software communications platform delivers phone, group chat, mobile communications, video calls, videoconference, contact center and AI-driven digital engagement. It's a powerful, global presence that allows businesses to communicate anywhere, anytime with anyone.
RingCentral is headquartered in Belmont, California and has offices around the world.
RingCentral is an equal opportunity employer that truly values diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for an Information Security Manager is $119,571 per year or $57 per hour. The highest paying Information Security Manager jobs have a salary over $154,000 per year while the lowest paying Information Security Manager jobs pay $92,000 per year
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