Cybersecurity Compliance Manager
- Chicago, IL, USA
- Permanent, Full time
- National Futures Association
- 09 Mar 18
The Cybersecurity Compliance Manager will support NFA's Futures and OTC Derivatives Compliance departments' cybersecurity regulatory program by monitoring Member activities through examinations, investigations and surveillance. The goal of monitoring is to enable NFA to keep abreast of significant cybersecurity developments at Member firms and across the industry.
•Oversee and periodically perform analysis of Member information systems security policies and procedures.
•Evaluate fitness of Member information systems security policies and procedures on the nature of Member operations and risk exposure.
•Participate in and oversee cybersecurity elements of examinations by reviewing Members' compliance with their own policies and procedures.
•Provide cybersecurity subject matter expertise to examination staff.
•Develop familiarity with NFA examination, monitoring and investigative techniques, as well as relevant rules and regulations with which Member firms are required to comply.
•Review examination findings to ensure written documentation meets NFA's standards and ensure that examination staff applied the appropriate level of professional skepticism.
•Bachelor's degree in a business-oriented or computer science field
•Working knowledge of common IS security regulations and standards, such as ISO/IEC 27001 and 27002, FISMA, the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and NIST Special Security Publications and AICPA SOC2 required
•Five or more years of experience conducting security control assessments or IT audits
•Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), and other applicable certifications preferred
•Experience in the areas of risk analysis and data, information and application security management, IT security standards and best practices, and privacy and security legislation
•Understanding of network computing hardware, software applications, change management, and a willingness to stay at the forefront of security developments
•Strong analytical and problem solving skills
•Strategic, innovative and creative thinking with ability to assist in developing best practices
•Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to communicate cybersecurity related concepts to a broad range of technical and non-technical staff
•Strong networking and relationship building skills
•Ability to work in a team setting, both as a leader and a participant
•A high level of initiative
•Previous managerial experience
•Willingness to travel as required
NFA offers a generous and competitive benefits package including: medical/dental insurance, 401(k) with company match, tuition reimbursement program, vacation/personal/sick day allotment, flexible schedules, life insurance, disability insurance and much more. To learn more about our full benefits summary, please visit our Career site.