Principal Associate, Cybersecurity and Technology Oversight - Technology Risk Management
West Creek 3 (12073), United States of America, Richmond, Virginia Principal Associate, Cybersecurity and Technology Oversight - Technology Risk Management Technology Risk Management (TRM) is a growing organization focused on providing expert advice, credible challenge, and effective oversight of information security and technology activities to identify, assess, control, and manage technology and cyber risk throughout the company. This organization plays a critical role in helping to ensure 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 risks altogether. Associates within the Technology Risk Management organization are highly-skilled information security, cyber, technology, or 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. This position ? Principal Associate- Cybersecurity and Technology Oversight (Risk ID & Risk Assessment) ? will provide risk and technical analysis in assessing and enhancing the organization?s cybersecurity and technology risk posture. This work will include coordinating the identification and assessment of enterprise-level technology and cybersecurity risks. This includes assessing potential cybersecurity and technology risks associated with critical business processes, identifying potential impacts to those processes, and engaging with diverse stakeholders to develop mitigation plans where necessary. In addition to coordinating risk assessment activities, this role will involve developing reports on assessment results and presenting these results to executives and other stakeholders. As part of the second line of defense, you will work closely with associates in Cyber, Technology, the Lines of Business, and other risk management offices to perform and support evaluations of the firm?s risk posture and offer independent advice and recommendations regarding ways to reduce risks. As a member of a growing organization, you will have the opportunity to shape and further refine your portfolio commensurate with the priorities of the organization and the firm. The position affords opportunities for substantial growth. The demands and high-visibility nature of this position require an expert with a proven ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment and who can begin contributing immediately. Essential Functions (Responsibilities) : Coordinate the effective challenge of risk and control self assessment activities, and provide expertise and advice on mitigating risks Enable assessments of critical business processes to identify cybersecurity and technology risk Provide technical assessments of cybersecurity and technology risk mitigation activities and identify opportunities to enhance their effectiveness Draft assessments for senior management and other stakeholders, to include regulatory agencies and the Board of Directors, as needed Stay current on emerging cyber threats and potential implications to the firm Collaborate effectively with colleagues, stakeholders, and leaders across multiple organizations to achieve objectives Basic Qualifications: Bachelor?s degree or military experience At least 3 years experience performing assessments of the inherent and residual risk of cybersecurity and technology incidents, events, or vulnerabilities; including through risk and control self assessments (RCSA) At least 3 years of experience working in the fields of information security, technology, or risk management Preferred Qualifications: Master?s degree Professional security management certification: Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) Experience in a second-line or oversight role at a financial institution or regulatory agency Knowledge of supervisory expectations expressed in the FFIEC IT Handbook, Federal Reserve Supervisory Letters, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Bulletins, and/or Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Financial Institution Letters Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to communicate clearly and to interact effectively at all levels of the organization, and to influence as warranted and appropriate 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 At this time, Capital One will not sponsor a new applicant for employment authorization for this position.