Accenture Incident Readiness Manager - Location Negotiable in Jefferson City, Missouri
Accenture is a global collective of innovators whose aim is to improve the way the world works and lives. Empowered with innovative tools, continuous learning and a global community of diverse talent, we drive success in new business architecture that disrupts conventional practices. And we are looking to add an experienced Cybersecurity Service Delivery Manager to an already outstanding team.
Accenture Security helps organizations prepare, protect, detect, respond to, and recover, at all points of the security lifecycle. We hire the very best security talent and arm them with the coolest tools and latest tech so they can help our clients build resilience as we create integrated, customized turnkey solutions. We blend risk strategy, digital identity, cyber defense, application security and managed service solutions to rethink the entire security lifecycle.
You Are passionate about security, love what you do and have a genuine desire to outsmart the bad guys. You have the experience to analyze a clients’ security posture, anticipate security requirements and help find right-sized solutions based on industry leading practices. You have a proven track record working successfully in a fast-paced, agile environment. You’re a creative, analytical problem solver with above average documentation skills who can speak to both technical and non-technical audiences. You are eager to put your skills to use by helping us help our clients inject security at every level of their organization.
You will be part of a specialized team that helps our clients better prepare for, detect, respond to and recover from cyber attacks. The environment is fast-paced, highly collaborative and no two days will be the same.
Projects might include: constructing and delivering tabletop exercises and crisis management simulations; assessing and/or developing incident response plans and recommending improvements; assessing and advising around security operations to ensure best practices are in place; helping to develop methodologies, process/procedures and documentation; manage proactive service engagements such as purple team exercises, compromise assessments and adversary simulations in collaboration with our IR and Red Teams.
10+ years’ Incident Response and/or Crisis Management experience
Proven leadership and management skills; ability to build, manage and foster a team environment
Proven ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment
Demonstrated understanding of Incident Response and Recovery principles
Technical/Functional skills advising clients in the following areas: incident response and crisis management; risk management and identification; legal, regulatory and insurance aspects of IR processes and methodologies; network architecture and security infrastructure design; threat detection and response operations and MITRE ATT&CK; cyber threat intelligence (strategic, operational and tactical)
Ability to travel 50-80%
NICE TO HAVES
Experience in public speaking, facilitating workshops and/or C-Level engagement
Certifications such as: CISSP, CISA, CISM, GCIH, GCFA, GCFE
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