The Supplier Assurance Services (SAS) team is accountable for executing the global comprehensive risk management and assessment programs for all in-scope suppliers within JPMC’s Corporate Third Party Oversight (CTPO) program. SAS is also accountable for driving several programs that support the Cybersecurity and Technology (CTC)
The Supplier Assurance Services (SAS) team is accountable for executing the global comprehensive risk management and assessment programs for all in-scope suppliers within JPMC’s Corporate Third Party Oversight (CTPO) program. SAS is also accountable for driving several programs that support the Cybersecurity and Technology (CTC) function, including implementing and operating controls and processes that further enhance the security posture of JPMC’s supply chain. The Supplier Assurance Services (SAS) team is part of Global Supplier Services (GSS), reporting directly to JPMC’s Chief Procurement Officer. The SAS team supports all Lines of Businesses (LOBs), and regions globally.
As a Supplier Assurance Services (SAS) Supplier Control Assessor, this position is responsible for performing technical risk and control assessments of supplier environments, including infrastructure, application stacks and other technologies to ensure compliance with JPMC Corporate Policies & Standards and to validate that technical risks are managed and security controls are implemented. The Supplier Control Assessment (SCA) team will partner with CTC and Lines of Business (LOBs) to focus on performing assessment of supplier’s control environments. The Team is also responsible for assessing action plans and risk acceptances across business lines where technology standards’ compliance cannot be achieved. This includes:
- Identifying opportunities to improve third party risk posture, developing creative solutions for mitigating risks.
- Liaising with JPMC and supplier’s senior managers to communicate and influence best risk practices.
- Driving compliance to adhere to best risk management practices throughout the organizations.
As a Supplier Control Assessor within SAS, your day to day responsibilities will be to execute Supplier Control Assessments including risk identification, classification, and remediation. This includes:
- Engage with multiple LOB Delivery Managers for firm-wide suppliers to ensure compliance with required assessments per the JPMC policy and procedures.
- Drive all aspects of the control assessment of suppliers.
- Assess completed questionnaire and supporting field work materials to ensure they are complete and meet JPMC expectations.
- Lead the onsite / virtual assessment, providing the overall IT and cybersecurity risk and controls expertise.
- Identify control breaks and vulnerabilities within suppliers IT environment.
- Document findings and work with the LOB Delivery Manager, Information Security Manager to resolve those findings through action plans (APs) or seek risk acceptance (RA) approvals.
- Validate evidence from supplier, before action plans are closed.
- Escalate issues associated with suppliers as needed.
- Identify opportunities for process improvements to deliver increasing operational efficiency in the processes.
- Identify opportunities for improving supplier posture as well as JPMC's supplier management processes, including expanded monitoring, KRI tracking, etc.
- Assist with various SAS program initiatives working closely with the SAS Leads.
- Support internal education and best practices sharing with peers and colleagues, as well as third party education & awareness, as needed
- 5-7 years of experience in Technology, Technology Risk & Controls, Technology Audit, Cybersecurity, Application Security, Cloud Security (SaaS, PaaS & IaaS) and Third Party Outsourcing Risk Management within a large enterprise level environment.
- 5-7 years of work experience in one or more areas of infrastructure (e.g. UNIX, Windows), databases (e.g. DB2, Oracle, SQL Server) and networks is required.
- Understanding of industry risk frameworks (ISO27001, NIST etc.)
- Strong written and verbal presentation skills at the senior management level
- CISSP, CISA, CISM, CCSP or CRISC certification is a plus
- Experience debating issues with senior decision makers and pushing back when necessary.
- Strong written and verbal presentation skills at the senior management level across various business groups
- Require Mandarin and English skills fluent in written and spoken.