Information Systems Security Leader

Job Description Information Systems Security Leader Global Logistics company Dallas, Texas About the Company ttg Technology has been engaged by one of its global clients to find their next Information Systems Security Leader . Our client provides back office support to its parent company, which is comprehensive airfreight forwarding, Ocean freight forwarding and a full range of logistics services provider to its global clients. Job Summary: Provide leadership, guidance and training to information systems security personnel. Review, implement, update and document companywide information security policies and procedures. Manage security audits and vulnerability & threat assessments, and direct responses to network or system intrusions. Ensure fulfillment of legal and contractual information security and privacy mandates, including providing management with compliance reports and audit findings. Prevent and detect network intrusions. Assess security measures such as anti-virus software, passwords, and firewalls in order to identify any areas that might make information systems vulnerable to attack. Analyze reports generated by monitoring systems to identify anything that may indicate a future risk. Manage backup and security systems, recovery of data in disaster situations, and oversee security violation investigations. Requirements: Strong technical background in systems and network security, along with excellent interpersonal and leadership abilities. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Current in industry security trends and developments, as well as applicable government regulations. Experience: 6+ years of systems and network security experience. 2+ years of managerial experience. (Optional) Industry certifications such as the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or the CompTIA Security+. Please consider following us on LinkedIn: Link Removed At ttg, "We believe in making a difference One Person a at Time," ttg OPT.

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