Title: DATA PROCESSING MANAGER II Salary: $5,849.00 - $7,688.00 Posted: 09/12/2013
The Board of Equalization is looking for a motivated individual with superior written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge and experience with network and host-based security strategies and methodologies; Incident response and Information Security awareness and education; A strong technical background with experience and knowledge of application layer security. A general knowledge of operating systems, networking protocols, intrusion detection/protection, active content, malware, defense in depth, and separation of duties. With limited direction from the Information Security Officer (ISO), the Data Processing Manager II (DPM II) is the primary backup ISO and is authorized to act on behalf of the ISO on all matters. The incumbent manages ISO staff and works independently as a technical consultant on Information Security assignments. In this role, the DPM II will provide expert advice regarding the proper design, installation, and maintenance of Information Security controls used for protecting the Board of Equalization’s (BOE) mission critical information. The incumbent will provide technical expertise in the implementation of State and BOE Information Security policies, standards and guidelines. In addition, the incumbent will lead in the development and maintenance of Information Security policies and procedures. The incumbent will be thoroughly knowledgeable of the roles and responsibilities of the State’s Information Security oversight and control agencies. Possession of one or more information security certifications such as CISSP, CISM, PMP, GIAC desirable. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. This position is located in a high-rise building.
290 - 358 - 1384 - 001
Administration, Information Security
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Administration, Information Security 450 N Street, MIC: 94 Sacramento, CA 95814
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