Center 1 (19052), United States of America, McLean, VirginiaDirector, Advisory & Oversight Identity and Access Management, Technology Risk ManagementCapital One is one of the fastest growing organizations in the world today. The growth of the business is being accelerated by leveraging innovative and emerging technologies. We are serious about technology, we dream big, and we execute: Capital One moved our entire enterprise to the public cloud over the course of five years, fully exiting our data centers. Just as we prioritize driving innovation through technology, we equally prioritize cybersecurity and managing technology risk. Technology Risk Management (TRM) is a small organization that packs a big punch. The roughly seventy professionals in TRM are trusted expert advisers who shape decisions, challenge activities to ensure they meet our standards, and generally oversee technology and information security risk across the business and the central technology organization. TRM is a second line organization, which means it is independent and sits within the Risk Management organization. TRM plays a critical role in ensuring that the company's risk-taking entities are aware of the risks inherent in their activities and decisions, the impact of their actions on the company at an enterprise level, and opportunities to reduce, mitigate or avoid the risks altogether. Associates within TRM are highly-skilled information security, cybersecurity, site reliability engineering, technology, and risk management professionals who have a wealth of experience and a demonstrated ability to provide value added recommendations and deliver high-impact results in their areas of expertise. Cybersecurity and technology risk management are a strategic priority at Capital One, with heavy engagement from the Board, the Chief Executive Officer, and the executive committee. By joining TRM, you will be providing these executives with the trusted, independent voice they need to ensure our company's technology risks are appropriately managed. The Role, Director - Advisory & Oversight Identity and Access Management: We are currently seeking a dynamic leader with significant experience in engaging with business and technology leaders to identify and mitigate cyber security risk. This individual will challenge our business divisions to analyze, monitor, and manage cybersecurity risk. The ideal candidate for this role will have a deep understanding of cyber security risk, both from a technical and risk management perspective. The associate in this role will lead a team and a program to develop relationships and influence risk taking across the organization, providing oversight and effective challenge. Responsibilities: Play a lead role in identifying areas of cyber risk to provide oversight, analysis, effective challenge, and risk-informed recommendations. Provide and manage the production of technical assessments of the effectiveness and design of cybersecurity controls Conduct assessments and draft assessment for senior management and other stakeholders, to include regulatory agencies and the Board of Directors, as needed. Manage a team of cybersecurity professionals. Set vision and direction, manage performance and career development of associates. Stay current on emerging cyber threats and risk management approaches. Collaborate effectively with stakeholders and leaders across multiple organizations to achieve objectives. Coordinate program-related activities and deliverables to ensure effective collaboration within the team and across stakeholder groups. Basic Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree or military experience At least 7 years of hands-on cybersecurity operations experience At least 5 years of experience with cybersecurity, Identity & Access management, Identity and Authorization, Active Directory, Single Sign On and Privileged Access Management or a combination At least 5 years of experience managing personnel At least 2 years of experience with public cloud infrastructure and security principles At least 1 professional security management certification in Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) or Security+ - CompTIA Preferred Qualifications: Excellent written and verbal communication skills The ability to articulate complex technical concepts in clear, concise, actionable manner through both written products and verbal communications At least 2 years of experience managing, consulting, auditing, or working in the fields of information security, technology, or risk management Experience with analysis of emerging threats and reports that describe the implications of threats and opportunities to executives or senior decision-makers Ability to communicate clearly and to interact effectively at all levels of the organization, and to influence as warranted and appropriate Familiarity with financial sector regulatory practices and second line of defense effective challenge Experience with performing risk Passion and expertise in cybersecurity, with an ability to be confident, respectful, and articulate when registering dissenting or unpopular opinions Ability to manage multiple projects while maintaining superior results Ability to work cross-functionally, individually, and to lead work among a team Execution oriented and a self-motivator Familiarity NIST Cybersecurity Framework controls, NIST 800-53, ISO 27000-1 No agencies please. 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