Salary: $80,262.72 - $124,340.40 Annually
Final Filing Date: Continuous
The Information Technology Division of the State Court Administrator's Office is seeking a Managerial level security engineer or architect to assume an advanced technical role within the Minnesota Judicial Branch to ensure that information and assets are adequately protected against internal/external threats.
This position operates within one or more of the following security domain areas: system access, telecommunications and network security, security management practices, application and system development security, cryptography, security architecture and models, operational security, security related incidents, incident management, legal investigations, and/or computer forensics systems.
You will work as part of the Information Technology team. Work includes defining the scope of the security program; designing and developing network and host-based security policies in accordance with standards, policies, regulations and state and federal laws; providing real-time network intrusion response; auditing and performing network security evaluations; calculating risks to the branch and recommending remediation actions; developing and coordinating internal and external consensus for managing an organizational forensic program; and analyzing and communicating security information to staff regarding specific threats and vulnerabilities.
This position will be responsible for leading the work of one or more security analysts and will provide work direction to others within the Information Technology Division.
Requirements:KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: December 26, 2016
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