firstPRO is looking for an Information Security Architect for our client, who has a major foothold in the healthcare industry in Philadelphia. The ideal candidate is passionate about InfoSec Technology and would be willing to work in person in home offices in North Philadelphia 2-3 days per week. This is a contract-to-hire position, with compensation up to $65/ hour, based on experience. Candidates should be familiar with UNIX, Linux, VMware, and come from a hospital or healthcare background.
- 5 years of experience in Information Security (Required)
- 5 years of experience in systems administration, architecting, developing, designing complex systems, and networking (Required)
- 5 years of experience in Enterprise Architecture (Required)
- 5 years of experience with Windows, UNIX, Linux server operating systems, VMware, and Citrix (Required)
- 3 years of experience in a healthcare/hospital environment is preferred.
- Develop cybersecurity designs for systems and networks with security requirements for data processing of multiple risk levels.
- Document and address organization's information security, architecture, and systems security engineering requirements throughout the acquisition life cycle.
- Employ secure configuration management processes. Ensure that system(s) and architecture(s) are consistent with organization's cybersecurity architecture guidelines.
- Identify and prioritize critical business functions in collaboration with organizational stakeholders.
- Perform security reviews, identify gaps in security architecture and develop a security risk management plan.
- Define and document how the implementation of a new system or new interfaces impacts the security posture of the current environment.
- Evaluate security architectures and designs to determine the adequacy of security controls or response to requirements contained in acquisition documents.
- Plan, design, test and enhance the operational security and resiliency of our customer’s computer, VoIP, network infrastructure, backups and network connected medical devices.