This position is located in the FDIC Tech Lab (FDITECH) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in Washington, D.C.
The FDITECH Cyber Resilience Architect may work from any of the FDIC Regional Offices or Headquarters, with the expectation that he or she spends a reasonable amount of time at Headquarters on a reoccurring basis, at the conclusion of mandatory telework.Learn more about this agency
Salary reflects a pay cap for this position of $273,400.
Develops cyber, infrastructure and resilience strategies, policies, approaches, and implementation activities. Reviews existing and proposed strategies, as well as develop strategies to support and align with organizational cyberspace and infrastructure security missions and initiatives.
Leads modernization efforts and evaluates service providers. Conducts successful coordination with partners, including senior level agency and interagency officials and stakeholders to attain and implement FDIC and Chief Innovation Officer mission priorities, goals, and outcomes, while maintaining and promoting information sharing that enables effective and efficient mission execution and advances teamwork.
Monitors the FDIC's and promoted technology innovation products and solutions for compliance to the information security and privacy policies and procedures. Ensures that compliance is maintained; gathering key security metrics to demonstrate compliance.
Provides highly specialized technical advice concerning software security implementation and presents briefings to senior management officials and contractor management officials on complex and controversial issues.
Stays abreast of all current and emerging technologies related to the development and design of business processes and applications in support of the security architecture.
25% or less - This position requires overnight travel.
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