The CISO Services team enables local, regional and global security effectiveness and helps remove roadblocks and barriers from achieving our readiness journey. This team provides a single point of collaboration between the local CISOs, member firm resources and the PMO to support delivery of NIS projects and to complete hygiene activities on time and on budget. The CISO Services team interacts with local territory teams to gain approval, agree on resourcing and help the territories prioritize the NIS initiatives by tracking and holding CISOs accountable. This includes ongoing CISO relationship management and providing connectivity between projects/services and stakeholders.
Information Security Manager
Job Requirements and Preferences:
Minimum Degree Required:
High School Diploma
Minimum Years of Experience:
4 year(s) in progressive professional roles involving information security and/or IT management.
Demonstrates extensive knowledge and/or a proven record of success in the following areas:
- Utilizing information security business practices and security technology as applied in the context of a broader understanding of the functional area and related systems and processes;
- Developing new technical domain subject matters;
- Resolving complex problems by applying continuously significant independent judgment through collaborating with others;
- Influencing others through a small team of direct reports, through work on projects and in teams, and/or through leading portions of larger projects;
- Managing efforts within business engagement and relationship management space;
- Encouraging improvement and innovation within BISO Services and developing less-experienced staff through coaching and written/verbal feedback;
- Building and maintaining relationships across the global network of firms to effectively deliver security activities on behalf of NIS; and,
- Executing tasks aligned to the CISO pillar with autonomy.
Demonstrates extensive abilities and/or a proven record of success in the following areas:
- Managing multi-function relationships throughout major transformation;
- Balancing business stakeholders and a central service organization;
- Navigating a multifaceted, matrix organization;
- Collaborating with multiple stakeholders across functional and technical skillsets;
- Conducting analysis of Line of Service needs in order to make appropriate decisions for the implementation of NIS global security strategy;
- Engaging with Line of Service stakeholders to assess security threats/vulnerabilities and manage business risk;
- Assessing service availability, adoption rates, and maturity to manage risk to business programs and processes;
- Supporting CISOs in assessing local member firm compliance with PwC’s Information Security Policy (ISP) and,
- Engaging with Global teams to review security controls against ISP.