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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
11/29/2015
Job Category:
Information Services
Entry Level - Information Security Specialist: Phoenix, ...
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Job Description

About Information Security and Risk Management at General Motors:

Information
Security and Risk Management teams at GM IT are responsible for
ensuring the Enterprise is fully secure from all manner of cyber
threats. Leveraging state-of-the-art technologies, our teams design,
deploy and deliver leading-edge security architectures and solutions
that provide an impregnable defense to external threats and also ensure
iron-clad security for information, applications, and infrastructure at
GM.

About the role:

The Information Security Specialist position plays a key role in the following areas:

IT Security Strategy IT Risk Management Security Architecture Incident Response Security Assurance Information Protection Forensic Investigations Partner Security Compliance and Assurance

Typical responsibilities in the above areas include, but are not limited to:

Performing risk assessment, threat analysis, and vulnerability assessment Designing compensating controls to mitigate business risk Establishing data protection requirements and strategies Developing information security policy, controls and standards Conducting security penetration testing Performing e-discovery analysis Conducting benchmarking and metrics activities

Regardless
of the specialization, the Information Security Specialist applies
solid information security principles and best practices to their
specific discipline. This includes the understanding of the application
of security concepts including risk management, compliance, threat and
vulnerability assessments, information protection and access control,
security processes, policy and standards. These skills are applied
across a broad range of areas including operational security,
application design and development, technology evaluation and
acquisition.

Minimum Qualifications:

Skilled in computer programming, administration and/or scripting Knowledge of cyber security and risk management practices Knowledge of security architectures, tools and technologies Experience with designing secure applications and data protection Familiarity security forensics, vulnerability assessment and policy implementation Excellent collaboration and teamwork - ability to work cross functionally

Preferred Qualifications:

BS in Computer Science or related field Relevant internship experience in a security role desirable

Why General Motors?

At
GM, we've charged ourselves with one mission: to design, build and sell
the world's best vehicles. And to achieve our goals, we're currently
undergoing one of the largest Information Technology transformations in
the history of the automotive industry.

GM
IT is a leader in cutting edge technologies such as Mobility,
Telematics, Mission-Critical Business Systems, Supercomputing, Vehicle
Engineering, and Real-time Computing. We offer challenging positions for
passionate professionals looking to get in on the ground-floor of a
growing "Fortune 5" firm that is re-inventing IT with a laser focus on
Innovation, Speed, and Business Value.

Join our team and experience Information Technology at a scale and pace not seen before!

All
qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without
regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability,
sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, or protected veteran
status.

About General Motors Company (GM)

General Motors Corporation (GM) is engaged in the worldwide development, production and marketing of cars, trucks and parts. The Company develops, manufactures and markets vehicles worldwide through its four automotive regions: GM North America (GMNA), GM Europe (GME), GM Latin America/Africa/Mid-East (GMLAAM) and GM Asia Pacific (GMAP). Also, its finance and insurance operations are primarily conducted through GMAC LLC, the successor to General Motors Acceptance Corporation (GMAC LLC and General Motors Acceptance Corporation, or GMAC). GMAC was a wholly owned subsidiary until November 30, 2006, when GM sold a 51% controlling ownership interest in GMAC to a consortium of investors (GMAC Transaction). GMAC provides a range of financial services, including consumer vehicle financing, automotive dealership and other commercial financing, residential mortgage services, automobile service contracts, personal automobile insurance coverage and selected commercial insurance coverage. (Source: 10-K)