The Senior Director, IT Security ensures that the risk to information posed by a variety of cyber threats (cyberattacks; theft or corruption from within; etc.) is minimized. The incumbent ensures that when cyberattacks occur or data is compromised, these incidents and breaches are dealt with promptly, effectively and the chance of that particular type of incident(s) recurring is minimized.
Perform three core functions for the BGCA and Clubs. First, is establishing an enterprise security stance by engaging with the BGCA leadership team to share the IT security vision and executing through policy, architecture and training processes to achieve higher levels of enterprise security.
Second, is overseeing the operations of BGCA’s security solutions through management of BGCA’s service providers and providing direction to IT analysts, and line of business system owners. Third, is engaging and educating Club staff on information and IT security matters to improve their information security capabilities.
Reports to the Senior Vice President, Information Technology
Location: National Headquarters, Atlanta, GA
Strategy & Planning
Acquisition & Deployment
Emerging technologies. Knowledge, understanding, evaluation, and practical application
Environmental and Working Conditions
Normal internal office environment. Travel estimated at 5-10% as required (can be 3 - 5 days or more in a month - including weekends - depending upon scheduling requirements). The individual selected for this position must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and be able to navigate areas of the country by using a map or other direction methods. Ability to travel by car or airplane. Evening and weekend work as required to achieve personal and departmental goals.
Physical and Mental Requirements
Ability to apply reasoning skills to a wide range of computer problems, systematically identify and define problems, evaluate alternative solutions, and recommend effective solutions. Ability to interact with co-workers or public in person and remotely. Ability to exchange, clearly and concisely, ideas, facts, and/or technical information with others. Physical requirements include frequent standing, sitting, walking, lifting 20-50 lbs., reaching and manual dexterity skills to operate computer. Occasionally may stoop/squat, crawl/crouch, pull/push, twist trunk/neck climb, and grasp or squeeze with right and left hard in completing required tasks of position. Communications skills necessary for this position include speech, vision, hearing and reading comprehension. Successful performance includes writing skills and depth perception.