Uploaded 06/06/2018 | Detroit Director of Defense Operations | Detroit, MI

Uploaded 06/06/2018 | Detroit Director of Defense Operations | Detroit, MI

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Apply Here: http://jobs.pwc.com/ShowJob/Id/881878/Director%20of%20Defense%20Operations

Contact Kristy Bellingham for any questions concerning this position: kristy.bellingham@pwc.com

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Job Description
The Cyber pillar is responsible for cyber service transition, cyber service management, cyber defense, cyber threat management, security operations, and identity and access management.

The Cyber Defense team focuses on operational engineering activities across the suite of security tools managed in the NIS central service environment. The core areas of focus are around Perimeter Security (Intrusion Detection Systems/Intrusion Prevention Systems/Proxies/Firewalls/Web Application Firewalls/Virtual Private Networks), Endpoint Protection (encryption, endpoint security, mobile device management, operating systems), and Infrastructure Security Operations (Domain Name Server, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, Internet Protocol Address Management, Active Directory).

Position/Program Requirements
Minimum Year(s) of Experience: 8 years of progressive professional roles involving information security and/or IT management.

Minimum Degree Required: High School Diploma or GED

Degree Preferred: Bachelor's degree

Knowledge Preferred:
Demonstrates thought leader-level knowledge of:

- Cyber Defence principles and a broad understanding of related functions, applied in creative ways in the support of and integration with key business and strategic priorities;
- Leading the formal development of intellectual capital within Cyber Defence and supporting integration of intellectual capital across multiple functions;
- Translating overall vision and the function’s business strategy and plan by leading or managing others and performing work with a high degree of independence;
- Influencing others internally and externally through both direct and indirect reports;
- Building, deploying, and developing teams and/or projects within Cyber Defence or across multiple functions;
- Leading team to generate a vision for Cyber Defence and execute against the overall strategy;
- Executing tasks aligned to Cyber Defence with autonomy;
- Contributing to the security design decisions;
- Technical administration across desktop systems such as Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Services & Macintosh;
- Administration of security platforms across Microsoft, Linux & Macintosh operations platforms; and,
- Managing and improving Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)-based processes used to support security solutions: Incident Management, Requests Fulfilment, Change Management, Problem Management, etc.

Skills Preferred:
Demonstrates thought leader-level abilities with, and a proven record of success in:

- Assisting countries in deployment of Endpoint security solutions;
- Resolving complex issues, including through cooperation with vendors;
- Tuning and maintaining capabilities of Endpoint security solutions;
- Driving reporting and operational excellence through day to day Endpoint security tools management;
- Monitoring security solutions on a daily basis and identifing and resolving issues;
- Dispatching and processing requests coming from the territory-level security organizations in relation to supported security solutions;
- Tracing the quality of provided service, report Key Performance Indicators, and work on service quality improvement;
- Transitioning, maintaining, or using Security Technologies such as Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM), Endpoint protection, Data Loss Prevention, Forensic tools;
- Contributing to a central technology service organization;
- Navigating a matrix organization; and
- Collaborating with multiple stakeholders across functional and technical skillsets.