The Director, Global Cybersecurity Detect Response & Forensics will report directly to the Associate VP Global Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and will lead the critical components of cyber incident response, threat intelligence, digital forensics and security infrastructure operations. This includes leading an NYU cyber incident response team (CIRT), forensic investigations, and covering cyber monitoring, detection of indicators of compromise, and managing third-party solution providers for managed services to achieve optimal delivery of global solutions. In this role the Director, Global Cybersecurity Detect Response & Forensics will be collaborating with peer teams within OIS, NYU-IT, functional areas, and schools, international campuses, and study abroad sites to identify and implement technical improvements. The position works directly with the Associate VP Global CISO to ensure alignment of priorities, and directives consistent with the vision of the Associate VP Global CISO, NYU IT and institutional goals. The Director, Global Cybersecurity Detect Response & Forensics works directly with the Associate VP Global CISO to ensure alignment of priorities, and directives consistent with institutional and NYU-IT goals, and overall vision of the Associate VP Global CISO; and, is responsible for developing the cybersecurity Detect Response & Forensics team including: hiring, setting goals, establishing metrics, monitoring performance, providing reviews, and establishing individual professional training and development plans. This role supervises full-time employees, student employees, contractors and 38 indirect reports.
Reporting directly to NYU's Global CIO, the Associate VP Global Chief Information Security Officer leads the Office of Information Security (OIS) which is a high performance and highly technical team charged with the responsibility of mitigating cyber risks, minimizing the likelihood of a breach, and maintaining compliance with information security regulatory requirements for all of NYU. OIS aims to evolve the maturity of the NYU Information Security Program through people, process and technology while maintaining alignment with university initiatives, IT goals and core beliefs. OIS is made up of several functional areas including Operations Planning & Strategy, Security Architecture & Engineering, IT Risk Management, Detect Response & Forensics, IT Policy & Compliance and Security Awareness & Outreach.
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Bachelor's Degree or equivalent Information Security, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or equivalent
Master's Degree Computer Engineering, Information Security or equivalent
10+ years of direct experience leading cyber security incident response teams and related processes. 7+ years of direct experience implementing and incorporating threat intelligence into security operations. 5+ years of direct experience leading, building, and maintaining a digital forensics program. 7+ years of supervising employees.
1+ years Any experience with Higher Education and IT Security and Compliance is a plus.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Evidence of strong leadership, communication, collaboration, and team building skills with a successful track record of developing others through coaching, mentoring, motivating and training. Ability to absorb complex technical information and communicate effectively to both technical and non-technical audiences. Identifies complex problems and reviews related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions. Effective conflict management and interpersonal skills. Ability to analyze and solve problems with innovative, creative solutions.
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