Description : Job Summary
Under limited supervision, the Information Security Analyst and Program Coordinator is the primary campus expert for information security incident investigation, e-discovery, security systems specification, policy / standard specification, monitoring, reporting, information security policies and standards, management of information security projects, enforcement of campus security policies, risk assessment, vulnerability assessment, administration of central security systems, and administration of the campus information security web site.
The incumbent will interact with campus technical support staff and constituents to document critical assets and serve as a security liaison / consultant to departments, and serve as a resource for the proper handling of information security incidents and work with campus administrators and staff to resolve any issues.
The incumbent will be proactive in their approach in order to make recommendations and ensure users / departments have the most up-to-date technological solutions to perform their jobs and serve the university community effectively and securely.
The incumbent will prepare and maintain documentation, including inventory of campus confidential data and other high-risk information assets, create monthly and quarterly information security status reports and create guides for complying with campus requirements, either by devising solutions or by documenting practices already in use on campus.
Browse, monitor, access email messages or stored files in user accounts when authorized by Information Security Officer and either Human Resources or Counsel.
This activity is only to be conducted in order to comply with an applicable law, regulation or under the guidance of law enforcement, Human Resources, or legal counsel.
Create alerts for high priority events.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Ability to create and maintain a forensically sound investigation record permissible as evidence in a court of law, State Personnel Board, etc.
Classification : Confidential Technical Support III
Salary Range : $3,455 / month - $11,566 / month
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