Date: May 12, 2020
Location: Plano, Texas
We are now looking for a domain Security Champion to improve market and employee trust in Ericsson's security brand. In the Security Master model, the Security Chapter is a community consisting of Security Masters and one or more Security Champion. The aim of the Chapter is to foster support and knowledge sharing. It helps the Security Masters to peer review activities in their teams, and if needed gives an improvement path for security and privacy related issues for the Security Masters.
Our Exciting Opportunity:
Security is more important every day as we move toward 5G and the astonishing number of devices that will soon be connected to Ericsson networks. Our Security Champions will be:
Accountable for security culture in Chapter.
Responsible to drive the Security Chapter to enable top down - bottom up alignment and spreading information within the organization.
Responsible to continuously work on improving standardized ways-of-working.
Responsible to expand awareness of security and privacy issues that cannot be handled in the Chapter.
Help Security Masters within Chapter in non-trivial security and privacy issues as well as contribute with security competence outside Chapter when needed.
You should have:
Education: Bachelor's degree in a related field is required.
Five years demonstrated ability evangelizing and strengthening security practices
Knowledge of ISO/IEC 27001, Privacy, Risk Management, Information-, Personnel-, Physical security, Business Continuity and Crisis Management
Knowledge of Ericsson Security
Information Security Knowledge
Ericsson Privacy Knowledge
Change and Improvement Management Skills
Risk Management Skills
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