The Principal Information Security Access Control Analyst is responsible for designing, developing, and integrating Identity and Access Management, Governance and Privileged Access systems and solutions. Responsibilities include but are not limited to identifying, analyzing, and resolving systems design weaknesses, prioritizing troubleshooting efforts, and pinpointing resolutions to complex issues surrounding access to systems. Other responsibilities may include monitoring and maintenance of IAM systems, training and communication of (IAM) processes, and advising on IAM solutions and best practices. Job focuses on gathering and interpreting data, documenting business requirements, defining, and documenting processes (process flows/swim lanes), and standardization of data and processes. Must have the ability to analyze internal and external risk, proposing/solutioning best practice in all Identity Access Management functional areas. Identify and design opportunities to automate, streamline, and standardize data and or processes to meet or exceed security standards and policies. Creates business requirements documents and create a functional specs for use in building a technical solution through configuration or coding as the individual progresses through the job levels. This position will also assist in the execution of the corporate information security strategy, work to meet security objectives and respond to company-wide data security issues and events.
The ideal candidate will be initiative-taking and possess an exceptional understanding and subject matter expertise in Identity Access Management, Identity Governance, and enterprise solution delivery of Access Controls.
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