Global Compliance Director
Global Cybersecurity Compliance Director Grant Thornton 1/23/2020 7:28:15 AM JOB ID: 046045 Specialty: Chicago, Illinois
Global Cybersecurity Compliance Director
Overall role purpose
The purpose of this role is to lead Grant Thornton International Ltd.’s annual compliance assessment process to monitor member firm’s compliance with our global cybersecurity standards. The ideal candidate will have experience evaluating IT Infrastructure Security technologies, IT general computer controls, and will bring strong information technology audit or security consulting experience to the programme.
The Director will oversee the execution of global cybersecurity assessment engagements, including:
Establishment of the loan staffing arrangement with firms and execution of the staffing arrangement for each annual review period
Management of all budget and operational oversight over the programme
Oversight and review of all reporting conducted in the field, including reviews for consistency and clarity, prior to final issuance.
Establishment of the onboarding, training and feedback process for loan staff
Method for firm risk assessment and selection for the tri-annual review process, in cooperation with the Grant Thornton global CISO.
Engagement with collaborators across the Cybersecurity Risk Management programme, including those in legal, risk, technology, and operations, as needed.
Annual reporting to the GTIL GLT and the Board of Governors.
Tracking and coordination of follow up procedures for those firms with findings of non-compliance.
Liaising and communication with key stakeholder groups including committees of the global Board of Governors; functional teams within GTIL; and member firm executive and information technology resources as needed.
The role would also include execution of a limited number of compliance reviews, possibly to include in the region where the resource is located; in this regard, the resource would be required to lead the execution of those compliance reviews, complete reporting and recommend actions per the overall programme.
Ability to travel internationally is required (estimated at up to 20%).
This role is eligible for either a permanent employee or a two-year secondment agreement with a Grant Thornton member firm resource.
Bachelor degree; Desired in Accounting, Information Technology
10+ years’ experience in a similar role.
Internal audit/technology experience; strong relationships with Grant Thornton member firms; established audit or assessment experience required; ability to manage senior stakeholders; strong written and verbal communication skills; project management.
Proven executive engagement skills.
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Requisition ID: 046045
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