[Micronet] Join the Data Security Review Team!

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[Micronet] Join the Data Security Review Team!

Ryan L. Means
The Data Security Review (DSR) Program, in the Office of the CIO's
Security, Privacy and Policy unit, is charged with evaluating high-risk
computing environments that store or process notice-triggering data. We
are currently focusing on campus units which handle student data that is
likely to contain Social Security Numbers, and we need your help!

We are looking for two new team members for the DSR team that can start
on or around Sept. 1, 2010 and another team member that will start on
Oct. 1, 2010. Team members are appointed half-time to
three-quarters-time into the Office of the CIO (OCIO), and their
remaining time remains with their home department. Appointments to the
DSR last approximately three months with an option to extend if
necessary and appropriate.

This is an excellent opportunity for you to gain hands-on security
experience by engaging with different units on campus, following an
established process to review high-risk systems, and brainstorming with
your peers on the team to provide excellent, actionable recommendations
as to how the unit's risk can be mitigated. In addition, the part-time
appointment into the OCIO will provide your home unit with temporary
salary relief for whatever portion of your time is assigned to the team
as well as an experienced security practitioner when you return!

Excellent team members must have 3-5 years of experience in one or more
IT domains including network engineering; systems, database, or desktop
administration; or application development. Experience implementing
security controls in at least one domain is required, additional
security knowledge is preferred.

If you are interested in joining the DSR team, please submit your resume
along with a brief cover letter by July 30, 2010. If you have any
questions, please feel free to email me.

Thanks,
Ryan

 
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Ryan L. Means
Just a note to everyone on this, since I have received a couple of
questions. Since this is a temporary appointment, rather than a new
hire, please submit the cover letter and resume directly to me. The job
is not posted on the HR site.

Thanks!
Ryan

On 7/19/2010 8:04 AM, Ryan L. Means wrote:

> The Data Security Review (DSR) Program, in the Office of the CIO's
> Security, Privacy and Policy unit, is charged with evaluating high-risk
> computing environments that store or process notice-triggering data. We
> are currently focusing on campus units which handle student data that is
> likely to contain Social Security Numbers, and we need your help!
>
> We are looking for two new team members for the DSR team that can start
> on or around Sept. 1, 2010 and another team member that will start on
> Oct. 1, 2010. Team members are appointed half-time to
> three-quarters-time into the Office of the CIO (OCIO), and their
> remaining time remains with their home department. Appointments to the
> DSR last approximately three months with an option to extend if
> necessary and appropriate.
>
> This is an excellent opportunity for you to gain hands-on security
> experience by engaging with different units on campus, following an
> established process to review high-risk systems, and brainstorming with
> your peers on the team to provide excellent, actionable recommendations
> as to how the unit's risk can be mitigated. In addition, the part-time
> appointment into the OCIO will provide your home unit with temporary
> salary relief for whatever portion of your time is assigned to the team
> as well as an experienced security practitioner when you return!
>
> Excellent team members must have 3-5 years of experience in one or more
> IT domains including network engineering; systems, database, or desktop
> administration; or application development. Experience implementing
> security controls in at least one domain is required, additional
> security knowledge is preferred.
>
> If you are interested in joining the DSR team, please submit your resume
> along with a brief cover letter by July 30, 2010. If you have any
> questions, please feel free to email me.
>
> Thanks,
> Ryan
>
>  
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