Cyber Security has become the cornerstone of business, especially in Financial Services. Bank of America’s Global Information Security (GIS) Research & Innovation team is responsible to identify and validate leading edge technologies to protect our clients’ data. For professionals in the cyber security space this is a unique opportunity to work with emerging solutions that will significantly strengthen candidates’ career experience, providing a challenging and exciting environment.
This position will focus on developing the future of Zero Trust at Bank of America. The role is part of a newly established unit is focused on driving a modern cyber security paradigm including adaptive safety, sustainable security, control transparency and efficiency across business and enterprise.
This team is focused around a these key objectives:
Vision & Collaboration: Working closely with enterprise teams to shape processes, technologies & systems towards a Zero Trust security paradigm.
Financial Sector: Helping to establish common definitions & outcomes in respect to Zero Trust (within the Industry) with a broader perspective for cross-industry adoption.
Architecture & Component Design: Research & prototyping foundational components of a Zero Trust Architecture and identifying in-house pilots and integration points.
The successful candidate will lead and drive creation of comprehensive data model with components required to authenticate and authorize users/devices to very specific features while keeping everything else hidden, which are the pillars of a Zero Trust Architecture.
This will require establishing effective partnership with our Technology Infrastructure team (TI), Chief Information Officer team(s) (CIOs), Chief Data Officer team (CDO) and internally within Global Information Security (GIS) to understand technology deployments, resilience requirements and drive creation of technology plans towards supporting a Zero Trust Architecture.
The Identity Data Architect for Zero Trust will:
Scope of Responsibilities:
Knowledge, Skills and Key Leadership Characteristics:
Shift:1st shift (United States of America)
Hours Per Week:40
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