Security Executive

Solekai Systems Corp Austin , TX 78719

Posted 2 months ago

Position Title:

Security Executive


Security Executive (Accenture LLP; Seattle, WA):

  • Pursue and cultivate trusted advisor relationships with clients, and understand current and future client security needs, such as cybersecurity strategy, privacy and data protection strategy, cybersecurity risk management, and cyber technology implementation services, in the context of market dynamics.

  • Recommend short and/or long-term value creation for clients.

  • Manage security asset creation and results for the domain.

  • Implement market strategy integration within geographic units (GUs).

  • Collaborate with client service groups to implement local offering campaigns, and manage organizational and delivery strategies.

  • Maintain executive relationship with alliance partners and deliver joint go-to-market strategy for the domain or within GUs.

  • Manage development and execution of delivery models, and capability development for the domain, working closely with operating units (OU) and client leadership.

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Security Executive

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