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GRC Security Analyst

Company: Aspen Dental
Location: Chicago
Posted on: June 7, 2024

Job Description:

The Aspen Group (TAG) is one of the largest and most trusted retail healthcare business support organizations in the U.S. and has supported over 20,000 healthcare professionals and team members at more than 1,300 health and wellness offices across 48 states in four distinct categories: dental care, urgent care, medical aesthetics, and animal health. Working in partnership with independent practice owners and clinicians, the team is united by a single purpose: to prove that healthcare can be better and smarter for everyone. TAG provides a comprehensive suite of centralized business support services that power the impact of five consumer-facing businesses: Aspen Dental, ClearChoice Dental Implant Centers, WellNow Urgent Care, Chapter Aesthetic Studio, and AZPetVet. Each brand has access to a deep community of experts, tools and resources to grow their practices, and an unwavering commitment to delivering high-quality consumer healthcare experiences at scale.

Our continued growth has created an opportunity to join ourteam as a GRC Security Analyst

The governance, risk and compliance (GRC) security analyst is a highly respected, influential and in-demand role within the business. The position is responsible supporting the security direction of the business and elevating the company's security posture. The GRC security analyst is expected to support the security strategy of the business within new and existing information system capabilities. Consequently, the position requires both an understanding of legacy systems, as well as new technologies and requirements. The GRC security analyst is also responsible for the planning and design of policies and maintenance.

The ideal candidate is technical and possesses at least three years of experience in security, compliance, or risk management. The role oversees the business' security requirements and obligations mandated by standards and regulations such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). In tandem with security leadership, the GRC security analyst consistently assesses and validates the assurance of the security program. As a primary point of contact for internal and external auditors, the GRC security analyst monitors progress and enforces resolution of outstanding issues that may lead to non-compliance or security threats to the business. As a key member of the security team, the GRC security analyst must focus on strong risk management and corporate resiliency, and not be driven solely by compliance.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct enterprise-wide, ongoing risk analysis in tandem with compliance and security.
  • Maintain oversight in a GRC-related platform.
  • Identify strengths and weaknesses in the security program as they relate to privacy, security, business resiliency and compliance frameworks.
  • Document, formulate and enforce areas of security improvement that balance risk with business operations and do not diminish efficiencies or innovation.
  • Maintain strong oversight of third parties, vendors and business partners to safeguard against undue risk presented by external entities. Escalate to security management and business unit leads when points of weakness are discovered.
  • Analyze findings, and document, recommend and report program gaps to security leadership.
  • Monitor current and proposed security changes impacting regulatory, privacy and security industry best practice guidance. Apply GRC expertise across key lines of business, including products, practices and procedures.
  • Ensure security and technology teams maintain up-to-date configuration documentation for systems and processes. Maintain rigorous oversight of security systems and security configuration administration to reduce risk to enterprise systems and accounts.
  • Act as a key participant in incident response to track occurrence and resolution, with strict documentation and reporting.
  • Work in tandem with security, audit and risk management leadership to perform ongoing security program assessments and create annual strategic technology and budgetary directives.
  • Attend and fully engage in change and project management meetings.
  • Liaison with auditors, both internal and external, to maintain and implement controls for compliance and privacy laws.
  • Act as a point of contact for disaster recovery and business continuity as it relates to security frameworks, compliance and privacy laws.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Experience & Qualifications
    • Bachelor's degree in computer science, information assurance, MIS or related field, or equivalent industry experience.
      • At least 2+ years' experience in cybersecurity as a practitioner and with at least 2 to 3+ years exposure with various security frameworks.
      • Strong business acumen and security technology skills for well-rounded proficiency, as well as proven ability to align with security practices and compliance responsibilities.
      • Experience and understanding of various regulatory requirements and laws, including but not limited to PCI, SOX, HIPAA, GDPR and GLBA. Additional experience in one or more of the following: ISO 27001/2, ITIL or NIST.
      • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, and proven ability to translate security and risk to all levels of the business.
      • Capacity to understand legacy and progressive technology and security controls along with respective risk. Working knowledge of technologies such as cloud computing, DevOps and application security is required.
      • Up-to-date understanding of a wide-range of incident response, system configuration, vulnerability management and hardening guidelines.
      • Track record of acting with integrity, taking pride in work, seeking to excel, being curious and adaptable, and communicating effectively.
      • Prior experience with leading GRC systems.
      • Demonstrated problem-solving capabilities, and ability to manage complex local and international security requirements.
      • Self-motivated, directed and well-organized, with the vision to position controls in anticipation of threats.
      • Successful track record of managing external entities' contracts and relationships, and mitigating risks to business development opportunities.
      • Familiarity with state, federal and international privacy laws.
      • Highly trustworthy; leads by example.

        Salary: $85,000-115,000/year

Keywords: Aspen Dental, Chicago , GRC Security Analyst, Professions , Chicago, Illinois

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