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Director, Information Security

Overview  

Pulse Secure is a Great Place to Work-Certified and is a company built by exceptional people who are focused on learning, collective growth and making their customers successful.

Pulse Secure provides easy, comprehensive software-driven Secure Access solutions that provide visibility and seamless, protected connectivity between users, devices, things, and services. Our suites uniquely integrate cloud, mobile, application, and network access to enable hybrid IT in a Zero Trust world. Today, more than 80% of the Fortune 500 and over 24,000 enterprises (and more than 20 million users) and service providers across every vertical entrust Pulse Secure to empower their mobile workforce to securely access applications and information in the data center and cloud while ensuring business compliance.

What We Do

  • Empower users to seamlessly and securely connect from any place in the world that offers air, water and… Internet!
  • Equip organizations with the right tools to configure access, manage and enforce compliance with a holistic view on network, users, and usage.
  • Empower organizations to continue to breathe easy, now with an added sense of invincibility.
  • Work really hard so that you can focus on the things you want to!

 Your Impact

  • Responsible for corporate security posture - drive and support the security policies, practices, procedures, and technologies in order to ensure the protection of networks, systems, applications, data and products released by Pulse Secure by overseeing  our security posture across the company  from global IT Infrastructure, to Products, to Cloud Infrastructure and physical security
  •  Responsible for Security policy documents internal and external, including statements on PRODUCT certifications, security accreditations (CVEs)
  • Collaborate with IT in log collection, correlation, reviews, archival, retention, and monitoring of automated alerts for items 
  • Participate and be an integral component of audit, compliance, and regulatory functions as well as the Secure Development Lifecycle
  • Enhance and manage  a vulnerability management program
  • Coordinate with business units, operations, and technology teams for incident response, remediation, and improvement
  • Complete audits of system security to ensure compliance with security policies
  • Evaluate security tools and processes in conjunction with IT and PRODUCT teams. 
  • Recommend and develop security standards and best practices and oversee implementation of improvements to security tools, configurations, processes and policies
  • Conduct network monitoring and intrusion detection analysis using various tools, such as Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems (IDS/IPS), Firewalls, and SIEM
  • Supports the creation of business continuity/disaster recovery plans, to include conducting disaster recovery tests, publishing test results, and making changes necessary to address deficiencies
  • Assist with the development and delivery of information security awareness training programs
  • Assist with  documentation that supports attestations, RFPs and Risk assessment questionnaires
  • Provide subject matter expert consultation on cybersecurity matters

 Your Experience 

  • Knowledge of information security standards and the importance of information security ensuring ongoing mission-critical business functions
  • Knowledge of Information risk concepts and principles and relating business needs to security controls
  • Knowledge of the principles, practices, theories, and concepts of information security related to network, workstations, servers, and applications
  • 5+ years of enterprise product experience in networking and security with at least 3 years of related, relevant cyber security experience
  • Security+, SSCP, CISSP or similar certification highly desirable
  • Must be a team-oriented individual who works well with others and strives towards the group's overall success.
  • Self-starter with initiative and strong desire to take ownership of Security and drive for continuous improvement
  • Demonstrate strong, research, analytical and/or problem-solving (hacker mentality) skills to evaluate situations, make recommendations and take effective action
  • Capable of articulating complex technical concepts or scenarios to both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Undergrad in computer science or equivalent experience required
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