Deputy Chief Information Security Officer (DCISO)
The Baltimore City Office of Information and Technology (BCIT) is seeking a Deputy Chief Information Security Officer (DCISO). The Deputy CISO works with and reports to the BCIT's Chief Information Security Office (CISO) in leading the Agency's enterprise-wide cybersecurity program and providing security oversight to the agency's information technology (IT) investments. The Deputy CISO develops, evaluates and implements policies for agency-wide programs.
Summary of Responsibilities:
- Leads a team of cybersecurity professionals across a broad range of disciplines including risk management, compliance/audits, incident response, security tools, analytics, threat hunting/emulation, security engineering, monitoring/detection, governance, training, and policy creation and implementation. Ensuring compliance with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and other applicable policies, laws and governing frameworks.
- Develops comprehensive cybersecurity policy that ties to larger IT policy, integrates with security architecture, anticipates future risk areas, and is based on industry-leading best practices, policy and laws. Ensures that BCIT has policies that guides the organization, manages compliance and risk, and defines key roles and partnerships.
- Oversees (designs architecture/integration, procure, configure, manage) a comprehensive suite of security tools and monitoring technologies based on a continuous review of industry tools, security architecture designs, and gaps in the environment to support system authorization. Continuously monitors threat detection and response, hunting, compliance, and related enterprise-level security activities. Recommends enhancements designed to provide a comprehensive set of tools that integrate effectively and keep pace with evolving threats.
- Continuously refines the cybersecurity program by developing innovative strategies and tactical plans across a wide array of cybersecurity programs, leveraging the latest industry research, threat analysis, and lessons learned from internal practices.
- Conducts internal security audits of all aspects of the IT architecture for compliance and to determine where vulnerabilities exits, translating findings into Plans of Action and Milestones. Coordinates external audits to ensure BCIT has an effective compliance program that supports risk-prioritized remediation efforts.
- Develops a professional cadre of cybersecurity experts through mentorship, creating and facilitating professional development opportunities, and quality reviews and feedback of work. Ensures that employees are challenged and provided opportunities to keep pace with continuously evolving cyber threats.
- Designs, refines, implements and manages a risk-based, repeatable/consistent system security strategy based on the NIST Risk Management Framework (RFM)/Cybersecurity Framework which includes: control selection, system authorization, documenting, and remediating vulnerabilities, managing a Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) tool, partnering with developers and stakeholders to ensure security is a part of the complete system development life cycle, and continuous monitoring. Maintains a thoughtful risk-management framework applied to all systems and applications.
- Leads security monitoring of all environments and incident response to cyber-attacks by: designing comprehensive plans, managing routine exercises, partnering with threat experts and law enforcement, designing and managing a holistic cyber fusion and security operations center, working with external vendors, as well as building and leveraging threat intelligence and analytics programs. Updates and enhances a comprehensive threat monitoring and response program capable of rapidly detecting and responding to attacks.
- Creates and oversees threat hunting and emulation ("red/blue") efforts designed to detect and repair vulnerabilities across the enterprise based on a strategy tethered to risk and larger corporate future IT goals. Determines where BCIT's architecture lacks sufficient security controls that could be exploited by an adversary.
- Develops and manages an innovative and current cybersecurity training and awareness program that looks both internally at developing professionals in the field and educating employees across BCIT. Ensures employees at all levels receive training to prevent security mishaps and build a stronger industry-leading workforce.
Compensation: Commensurate with education and experiences.
Equal Opportunity Employer