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Athens, New York - USD Full Time Posted: Monday, 15 April 2019
The Cybersecurity Risk Specialist will conduct cybersecurity risk management assessments and examinations primarily for large/complex financial institutions under Federal Reserve supervisory authority.

This Cybersecurity Risk Specialist will serve as a subject matter expert and be responsible for assessing financial institutions' cybersecurity and information technology (IT) operations, risk management programs, and associated management information systems to ensure they are operating in a safe and sound manner and complying with applicable banking laws, regulations, and policies. The Cybersecurity Risk Specialist will lead or participate in national examinations for cybersecurity and information security, including assessing business resiliency and vendor risk management.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Lead or participate in examinations to determine the effectiveness of a firm's cybersecurity program and validate remediation efforts of identified issues.
  • Lead or participate in Federal Reserve System or local cybersecurity initiatives related to training, supervisory committees and contribute to the development of policies to enhance the supervision of financial firms.
  • Perform monitoring activities across the LISCC portfolio to understand micro (institution specific), horizontal (industry wide/peer), and macro (systemic) cybersecurity risks.
  • Prepare informative, well supported supervisory products and work papers, effectively communicating complex and problematic supervisory observations and findings, including required actions to senior management and board of directors.
  • Prepare and deliver written analyses and presentations on firm specific as well as broader industry trends or emerging risks.
  • Analyze cybersecurity risk management and information security programs to determine an estimated and potential impact to the financial institutions and financial services industry.
  • Develop and maintain strong ongoing relationships with Supervisory personnel within the Reserve Bank, at the Board of Governors and other Reserve Banks, and at other regulatory agencies.
This description is intended to indicate the general level and function of this job. It is not intended to be all-inclusive and employees may be assigned duties not listed.

Athens, New York, United States of America
Federal Reserve Bank (FRB)
Federal Reserve Bank (FRB)
4/15/2019 4:03:14 PM

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