Sr Manager - IT Cyber Security Management
Dallas, TX, USA | Charles Schwab
Functions:IT / Information Technology
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The SOC Manager is responsible for the development, maintenance, and evolution of a world-class Security Operations Center (SOC) to include functions of 24x7 security monitoring, incident response and remediation, and developing/maintaining incident response plans. The SOC Manager will have detailed knowledge and experience in the SIEM tuning, incident response, event analysis, and security staffing and personnel development.
What you’ll do:
Serve as the primary escalation point for the Security Analyst I/II’s.
Triage and respond to information security incidents reported via SIEM, ticketing system, email, etc…
Maintain a superior level of customer satisfaction with internal and external customers
Coordinate and organize shift productivity and quality goals while meeting deadlines
Work with management to define/update standard operating procedures and response plans.
Train, mentor, and oversight of the Security Analyst I/II’s through skill proficiency assessments, brown bag presentations, etc...
Responsible for preparing and maintaining metrics around SOC performance
Manage or contribute to projects that directly correspond to the maturity and/or capabilities of the Security Operations team.
What you have:
6+ years of managing or administering cyber security best practices and industry standards to an enterprise scale network
3+ years’ experience managing people in a 24x7 operations environment
Ability to cover a 24x7 environment with on call rotation needed
2+ years’ experience with SIEM platforms and cyber security tools
Experience with endpoints security tools such as McAfee, CarbonBlack or other Host Intrusion Prevention Software (HIPS).
Advanced knowledge of Incident Response methodologies and information security best practices/technologies.
Advanced knowledge regarding the administration, use, securing and exploitation of common operating systems.
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems or similar discipline strongly preferred
Industry recognized management level security certifications: CISSP (preferred), CISM (optional)
2+ years ensuring information assurance via an industry adopted framework such as NIST RMF
Experience driving vendors and co-sourcing partners to successfully resolve problems.
Willingness to serve as a member of an Incident Response Team (IRT) which may require responding to emergency calls during non-business hours.