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Remote Compliance Architect

Our established client is creating a new suite of products aimed at simplifying Cybersecurity Program Development and Cybersecurity Lifecycle Management for Small & Medium Businesses. This includes addressing industry recognized best practices and standards, such as the "SANS 20", and more targeted rĂ gimes, such as HIPAA, FERPA, PCI, SOC, and others. There are two parts to this effort, developing the delivery platform and architecting the "compliance sets". The Compliance Architect must be an expert in all aspects of Cybersecurity and have substantial experience implementing the differing regulatory and industry standards. This role is responsible for deconstructing and distilling a standard to its essence and then rebuilding it so that it is applicable for the target market. A completed compliance set would contain (among other things): policy administrator "handrails & guidance", policy choices, controls, metrics, tasks to achieve, organization-wide training, automations, audit corroboration and other elements that will deliver our unique value to the target market. The architect also watches the pulse of the customer experience and changing regulatory conditions to keep the sets relevant. The architect is a significant stakeholder in developing platform requirements. We recognize that this is a departure from the typical role of Cybersecurity and Compliance experts who live in the Fortune 500 world. This is a unique opportunity to exercise the entire body of knowledge and experience an individual has amassed and build and grow a unique and compelling product. CISSP is required and this is a full-time remote position. - provided by Dice CISSP and Cybersecurity experience

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