Accenture Data Protection SR Manager in Boston, Massachusetts
The Data Protection SR Manager is required to grow Accenture's security offerings related to information security, with a focus on designing data encryption programs, developing policies and procedures, strategy, additionally will include data classification, data privacy/risk assessments, and implementation of programs and data protection as a service.
The Data Protection Senior Manager should be able to understand, communicate, and implement end-to-end data security capabilities such as:- Secure Data Strategy - Embedding security into the overall approach and vision for data in an organization.- Secure Data Governance - Enabling the people & process of an organization to secure the flow of data through the organization.- Secure Data Integration - Incorporating secure technological and business processes to align data from various sources.- Data Protection - Provide immutable capabilities layered on top of data at rest or in motion to secure the contents from unauthorized access.- Data Control - Implementation of technical capabilities such as rights management to enforce the movement or transmission of data.- Data Security in the Cloud - Implementation of technical capabilities to protect and secure data in the cloud.- Database Security – Implementation of technical capabilities to protect and secure structured and unstructured database assets.- Secure Data Analytics - Collection and analysis of business and event data to drive security value and enabling the utilization of data as a business asset.Key Responsibilities:- Cultivate and maintain relationships with key client stakeholders- Manage large Data Security delivery programs consisting of multiple projects, workstreams, phases, or releases, including financials and staffing- Ability to lead managers, consultants, and junior security analysts.- Drive Data Security and Protection security opportunities, including solution planning, deal shaping, estimating, and pricing- Lead Data Security proposal development and sales/marketing collateral- Grow Data Security encryption services/business line- Lead Data Security and Protection strategy, roadmap, and vision definition- Develop new offerings and go to market strategies with data teams- Maintain relationships with technology vendors to develop offerings- Assist in the development of point of view, white papers, industry thought leadership, and produce knowledge capital- Flexibility to travel as necessary
Pursuant to the Colorado Equal Pay Transparency Act, if you are located in Colorado, the expected salary range for this role is $119,000 - $182,000.
Basic Qualifications: - Minimum of 7 years of security architecture experience designing and implementing data security solutions involving data encryption. - Minimum of 7 years of experience assessing or building programs in data protection: data encryption (FPE), tokenization, masking, and key management - Minimum of 5 years of experience in data encryption solutions within cloud environments (e.g. AWS, Azure, GCP) - Minimum of 5 years of hands-on experience with Data Security vendors, product capabilities, and solutions focus on Data Encryption and not limited to Data Loss Prevention, Data Rights Management, Data Classification, and Data Privacy Preferred Qualifications: - Security professional certification such as CISSP, CISM, CISA, CIPP or ISO 27001 - Recognized technical certification such as Symantec CSP in Data Protection, Certified McAfee Security Specialist CMSS DLP Focus, Websense Data Security Suite DSS Professional, or Informatica Certified Specialist or Expert - Deep understanding of data encryption with extensive leadership contacts - Experience leading the business development and sales capture process - Deep understanding of privacy/data privacy standards and regulations local, domestic and global (State Level Data Protection, ISO, GAPP, NIST 800-53, HIPAA, HiTrust, Privacy by Design, GDPR, EU Data Protection Directives, APEC Privacy Framework) Professional Skill Requirements: - Minimum Bachelor’s degree - Industry recognized Professional Security certification preferred (CISSP, CIPP/IT, CRISC) - Experience working for the Big 4 or Global Solution Integrator is highly desired - Knowledge of data security vendors and product capabilities Professional Skill Requirements - Ability to lead and manage dynamic local and global teams - Eagerness to contribute in a team-oriented environment - Ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment - Good communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills - Good organizational, multi-tasking, and time-management skills - Demonstrated leadership, teamwork, and collaboration in a professional setting; either military or civilian
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