Senior Security Engineer with SOC 2

Position: Senior Security Engineer with SOC 2 Location: Los Altos, CA Duration: 6 Months Rate: $ Open/Hour Description The Sr. IT Security Analyst is responsible for assessing information risk and facilitates remediation of identified vulnerabilities for IT security and risk across the enterprise. Assesses information risk and facilitates remediation of identified vulnerabilities with the client's network, systems, and applications. Reports on findings and recommendations for corrective action. Performs vulnerability assessments as assigned utilizing IT security tools and methodologies. Performs assessments of the IT security/risk posture within the network, systems, and software applications, in addition to assessments within the Vendor Management Program. Identifies opportunities to reduce risk and documents remediation options regarding acceptance or mitigation of risk scenarios. Facilitates and monitors the performance of risk remediation tasks, changes related to risk mitigation & reports on findings. Maintains oversight of IT and vendors regarding the security maintenance of their systems and applications. Provides regular status reports, including outstanding issues. The IT Security/Risk Analyst assists in all IT audits, risk assessments, and regulatory compliance. (SOC) 1 / SOC 2 attestation standards, reporting requirements and audit procedures SOC 2 Readiness Assessment Experience coordinating and overseeing SOC reporting audits and reviewing SOC reports Strong knowledge of IT and IT operations, especially cloud-based Excellent business process analysis and report writing skills Capable of critical thinking and executing plans into action Good communicator with strong presentation skills Please send your resume to anand.yalla@infolob.com with the following details or call me at 972-845-7069 Name in Full: Contact Details: Email ID: Current Location: Relocation: Availability: Expected Billing Rate: Work Authorization: LinkedIn Profile: Zip Code: Skype ID: Employer Details if any:

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