Vantiv Senior Leader Security Architecture -- Chief Security Architect in Cincinnati, Ohio
The Sr. Leader, Security Architecture, role is responsible for managing Vantiv's security architecture program for both enterprise and product. The leader of this function is charged with developing and driving adoption of technical security standards, design principles and architecture patterns. The Sr. Leader, Security Architecture is also responsible for identifying architectural risks and plans to mitigate risks, while ensuring adherence to standards and best practices. As a senior people-leader, s/he must demonstrate experience influencing others and communicating effectively with non-technical audiences, including senior product and business management. As an industry expert, this leader will also have a broad knowledge of new technology tools and trends, with the ability to translate that knowledge to architecture designs.
Specifically this role should:
- Assist in the delivery of Information Security strategic goals and initiatives, provide support
to mergers and acquisitions integration activities, and proactively work with Enterprise Architecture to identify and prioritize process, design and control improvements for the following areas:
Structured, Unstructured, and Big Data Security and Privacy
Mobile Payment Applications
Cloud (Private & Public) Security
Data Center Architecture & Virtualization
Cloud Architecture & Protection
Network Security Architecture
Identity & Access Management
Cyber Security Architecture
Proactively collaborate with various clients, business units, and other internal departments and organizations to implement secure solutions that meet Vantiv's defined standards, and drive efficiencies into the company's overall business processes.
Serve as a trusted advisor by spearheading Information Security initiatives in collaboration with key technology stakeholders; including IT, Operations & Engineering, and Product Development.
Partner with Enterprise Architects to drive opportunities for IT architecture improvements and reduction of technology complexities, while aligning IT investments with business strategies.