Security Auditor – Shaw

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The role
The Security Auditor role is part of the Security Compliance team that has a strong focus on planning and executing cybersecurity, privacy, and other technology audits under the Security Standards, Risk & Compliance department’s mandate.

A typical day
• Plans, leads, and executes audits in relevant areas such as cybersecurity, privacy, and other technology audits
• Collaborates with other groups such as Security Operations, Compliance, IT, Privacy, and business groups in planning and executing the requirements of assignment
• Works with different project teams in supporting the definition of information security requirements for projects (in collaboration with the Security Risk team) and ensures project compliance to these requirements and controls through certification (in collaboration with Security Operations)
• Provides support in other audit / risk assessment initiatives as required such as IT SOX / PCI audits, ad-hoc assessments, etc.
• Proactively stays up to date with emerging risks, threats, regulatory requirements, best practices and frameworks, and understands how these can affect the business
• Prepares audit and assessment reports and other documents regarding audit scope, procedures, findings, and recommendations
• Builds strong working partnerships with different risk and compliance teams and coordinate assessments and audit responses
• Coordinates the development of action plans for deficiencies or gaps identified during risk assessments, audits, incidents, and design reviews and follow up on their implementation with various internal stakeholders

Your skills/experience
Required Technical Experience and Qualifications:
• University degree in Computer Sciences, Information Systems, business, or a related discipline
• CISA (preferred), CISSP, CISM, or related certification
• Minimum of 5 years of progressive IT Audit experience and/or Internal Audit with strong experience in delivering successful information security and privacy audits
• Excellent knowledge of auditing cybersecurity operations and knowledge of key areas such as threat intelligence, security monitoring, cybersecurity governance, identity & user access management, vulnerability management, etc.
• Excellent understanding of key principles and concepts on data privacy/data protection
• Good understanding of IT Control and Security Frameworks such as COBIT, ISO 27001, NIST CSF / SP 800-53, etc.

Required Skills, Qualities and Character:
• Excellent audit report writing and verbal communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex messages in a compelling manner
• Ability to navigate through complex systems, ambiguity, and to manage multiple assignments
• Exceptional analytical and problem-solving skills
• Extremely organized, detail-oriented and takes pride in quality
• Proven ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks in a time-sensitive manner
• Excellent team player as well as the ability to work independently
• Able to collaboratively work with diverse groups of stakeholders, including senior leaders
• Listens to feedback and shows eagerness to grow
• Hungry to do more and eager to go above and beyond the norm
• Strong relationship builder who prioritizes collaboration and partnership
• Passionate for challenging the status quo and developing out-of-the-box ideas
• Comfortable with technology and able to engage in discussions with both technology and business teams to understand and explain risks in a way appropriate to his/her audience

Other details
This position requires the successful completion of a criminal and credit background check.
The position has remote working options across Canada.

Posting closing date:June 7, 2021

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