Infrastructure Security Architect
- Chicago, IL, USA
- Permanent, Full time
- Chicago Mercantile Exchange
- 25 Apr 19
Infrastructure Security Architect
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CME Group Infrastructure Security Architect provides leadership on security subject matter through design & delivery of integrated solution architectures and development of standards and reference architectures. By adding your experience and extensive knowledge on multiple technologies and solutions to the team's collective skills and experience we further enhance our ability to provide secure technical design recommendations that target on delivering business value through successful project and program delivery.
The Architect position will participate in all functions related to Infrastructure Security Architecture, including: infrastructure security strategy and roadmap planning, acting as a security liaison to the business, and help facilitate demand management.
This role requires a high level of technical expertise in multiple disciplines within Infrastructure and Information Security, including: networking, virtualization, identity and access management (IAM), directory services (LDAP/AD), cloud computing (AWS, GCP, Azure), databases, basic understanding of security and regulatory frameworks (CIS, NIST, RegSCI, HIPAA, etc.), exposure to security stack technologies (IDS/IPS, SIEM, etc.) among other disciplines. In addition to technical prowess, the role will require mentorship, design guidance, and consultation to drive change and support the evolution of CME Group. As a leader on the Global Information Security team (GIS), the incumbent is expected to remain engaged with and support other leaders across GIS and Technology to ensure the timely delivery of security and business solutions.
This role will actively lead the creation and updating of standards and reference architectures. Standards may be required for CME Group to comply with regulatory requirements set forth by various regulatory bodies that provide oversight to CME Group business functions. Reference architectures provide direction and guidance on proper compliance with these defined standards. While performing infrastructure assessments, decisions on threat modeling and proper service design, structure, and implementation will be required.
This role will help forecast demand for Infrastructure Architecture services by meeting with CME business units to better understand their needs. This role will also help determine necessary resource levels to support those business units' needs.
Communicate and collaborate with cross-functional peers outside of the Technology Division, including General Counsel, Records Retention, Global Assurance, Enterprise Risk Management, Third Party Risk Management, and other business unit leadership.
Drive objectivity and build consensus among internal and external stakeholders with widely divergent perspectives and drivers.
Interact with industry peers from other systemically important financial market utility (SIFMU) organizations, research organizations, solution providers, etc.
Lead infrastructure security assessments and assist in planning the remediation of assessment, audit, and regulatory findings.
Participate in and contribute to key working groups across the enterprise, including but not limited to: Architecture Review Board and/or change advisory boards. Prepare reports for senior management including presentations, metrics, and other documentation required to support governance functions.
Continuous improvement and maturation of the methods, instrumentation, training, documentation, and processes required to properly assess and govern Infrastructure architecture and the software development lifecycle.
Participate in development of the security roadmap, and communicate GIS' vision to business partners and IT staff
Actively participates in Communities of Practice to ensure effective adoption of security and continuous improvement of security efforts
Act as an advocate for security and lead efforts to promote security awareness at all levels of the organizations
Ensure that all risk considerations are identified and addressed with new and modified services
Monitor and enhance secure architecture standards within the Software Development Lifecycle
Identify and establish core architectural mechanisms to enhance the security of services
Support larger architectural projects while leading internal projects
Perform infrastructure security assessments
Provide consultation on secure infrastructure design
This role will influence and collaborate regularly with various peers via steering committees, standards and policy governance teams and other group settings that formulate CME Group security policies, standards, and reference architectures. This role will lead formation of policies, standards, reference architectures, process and procedures as they relate to infrastructure architecture at CME Group.
A Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or other related field; or equivalent work experience.7+ years of experience as an enterprise and/or security architect in publicly traded companies or finance/technology industry; or minimum 7 years as a consultant to such companies at a commensurate level.
Experience with or deep exposure to the financial industry, focused on clearing or trading
Demonstrable knowledge of a broad range of Information Security technologies and practices
Demonstrable, impeccable writing skills for technical, management, and executive audiences
Demonstrable communication capabilities including oral presentation and ability to present in front of executive leadership
Demonstrable experience coordinating multiple concurrent issues, in high-pressure situations
10+ years of security analysis, design and service development OR demonstrated ability to meet job requirements through a comparable number of years of technical work experience
Advanced knowledge of infrastructure security assessments
5+ years performing reviews of infrastructure for security vulnerabilities and threat modeling
Experience with application interdependency and infrastructural design
Experience with scripting languages
Experience with drafting of standard, reference architecture, policies, procedures and implementation guidelines
Extensive experience with the Build Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM) methodology and assessment process
High understanding of entire development process, including specification, documentation and quality assurance
High degree of understanding in the theories, methodologies and principals underlying secure technical analysis, design and implementation of secure networks, applications, systems, and databases
Candidates must have proven ability to build value propositions, business cases, & drive results as part of a larger project or program team
Relevant experience designing, implementing, and supporting large scale solutions
High degree of understanding with Cryptographic Services
Experience with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure
One or more of the following certifications: