Reporting directly to the Chief Security and Privacy officer, the director of cyber security will work with other members of the security and privacy team to orchestrate security governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) programs and support business functions in demonstrating the efficacy of Lionbridge security to our customers. This person will have expertise and experience in implementing and running a formal ISMS as defined by ISO 27001 and working toward other relevant certifications such as SOC2. This is a player/coach role in which it is expected that the successful candidate will be expected to both define a strategy and set of objectives and execute on it in a hands-on manner.
What you will do:
Develop, implement, and operationalize a formal ISMS at Lionbridge as specified by ISO 27001
Develop and maintain policy and control frameworks in support of the ISMS
Advise and partner with Lionbridge business units
Partner with Development and Infrastructure teams to design and measure control frameworks
Work alongside others to represent the security program to our customers and develop forward thinking processes and documents to enhance our customer security management program.
Working alongside the global privacy manager, assist in the selection and implementation of technical and organizational controls related to our privacy information management system (PIMS)
To be successful you must have:
Direct experience in implementing or operating ISO 27001 and SSAE18 SOC2
Minimum of 10 years' experience in information security
Experience in GRC functions as well as technical functions
The ability to influence across all levels of the organization leveraging informal and formal authority
Re: Director, Cyber Security - Waltham, MA (preferred), Remote USA (considered)
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