Manage Penn’s Information Security Operations Center (SOC) function, which includes overseeing the people, processes and technology related to the timely detection, prevention and response to information security events at the University. As part of this work, manage a team of highly skilled, Senior Information Security Analysts. Manage security improvement projects; maintain knowledge of changing information security threats and technologies; provide recommendations for adaptation of new technologies, procedures, or policies; investigate security incidents; perform or oversee computer forensics studies; continually refine and mature incident handling procedures and maintain incident tracking records. Prepare status reports on security matters; develop security risk analysis; keep management informed of risks and critical issues that might affect clients or University security objectives. Coach and direct more junior staff.
Internal Number: 33500
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