Citizens Cybersecurity Non-Financial Risk Oversight in Westwood, Massachusetts
Citizens currently has an opening on our Non-Financial Risk Management Oversight team focused on Cybersecurity risk. The role will provide independent oversight, review, and challenge of information security and technology related risks. The colleague works with key stakeholders across the enterprise ensuring material risks within these groups are well defined and managed appropriately. It is expected that this colleague has strong domain knowledge of emerging technology risks, information security standards, best practices, US regulatory requirements, and the external environment.
This colleague will be focused on the information security and technology space. Primary responsibilities include independent oversight, review, and challenge of risk management activities within the first line of defense, including the effectiveness of the formal risk program activities. Activities include Risk and Control Self-Assessments, Issues Management, Material Risk Identification, Change Management, new business initiative risk assessments, and other formal programs.
Advise first line risk partners on complex risk issues and challenges, while identifying and assessing aggregate enterprise-wide risks. Working with key stakeholders, including all three lines of defense, escalate emerging risk issues that require remediation and work directly with stakeholders while driving accountability. Maintain strong relationships with all three lines of defense, as well as the regulatory agencies.
Understand the external environment, including emerging risks within the industry and the priorities of the regulatory agencies. Determine how these changes affect the risk profile of the enterprise and work with appropriate stakeholders to ensure mitigation strategies are underway.
Participate in the cybersecurity incident response activities to ensure risks are properly assessed in real time and mitigating actions are appropriate.
Operate within existing governance structures with an eye towards making these processes more efficient and effective. Manage applicable policy and program governance, while performing assurance activities to assess corporate wide compliance.
The role may be co-located as needed with the relevant business and must be actively engaged to support the business with providing domain-relevant advice, monitoring, and credible expert challenge to ensure the independent Non-Financial Risk Program is effectively implemented.
2+ years risk management experience from working in financial services industry.
2+ years demonstrated domain expertise and experience within the relevant product or services.
Experience in an organization that is under strong regulatory oversight and scrutiny
Expert knowledge of internal controls and risk assessment
Deep understanding of banking products and operations; regulatory requirements; and key processes, controls, and exposure areas
Excellent business writing skills
Proficient use of MS Word, MS Excel and PowerPoint and Visio
Bachelor’s degree Required
Certifications Preferred: Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager, Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Public Accountant, Certified Investments Derivative Auditor, Project Management Professional, Certified in Risk and Information System Controls, or other relevant risk certifications
Hours and Work Schedule: 3 days in the office
Hours per Week: 40
Work Schedule: Monday-Friday
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