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Manager, Cyber Security Vulnerability Assessment

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General Mills
Location
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Rate
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Overview Responsibilities The Cyber Security Vulnerability Assessment Manager is responsible for leading the Enterprise Vulnerability Assessment practice at GMI. This includes development, implementation, and ongoing oversight of Vulnerability Assessment practices relating to GMI websites and critical infrastructure. 30 of Time Program Leadership and Strategy Recruit and lead a team of individuals in managing GMI's enterprise-wide vulnerability assessment program, which encompasses risk assessmentmanagement, solution engineering, operations, and incident response. Develops an evolving and benchmarked vulnerability assessment strategy that prioritizes critical business assets (key personnel, facilities, and information) aligned to GMI's risk profile and cybersecurity maturity goals. Collaborates with the Cyber Security Compliance team to develop an end-to-end Vulnerability Management process that ensures the timely remediation of vulnerabilities. Advises Cyber Security leadership on critical vulnerabilities to ensure appropriate level of awareness and prioritization in addressing vulnerabilities occurs. Positively influences and elevates GMI's security mindset and culture. 50 of Time Program Execution Owns the management and integration of critical EVM applications including, NetSparker, Kenna Risk Meter, Nessus Provides oversight and execution of critical website and infrastructure scanning Interprets, prioritizes, and communicates scanning results to key business partners Leads emergency (e.g. zero day) vulnerability management process including research, coordination of response, and escalationcommunication to senior leadership Collaborates with the Cyber Security Compliance team to develop an end-to-end Vulnerability Management process that ensures the timely remediation of vulnerabilities. Acts as the primary IT and Business contact for vulnerability related questions, concerns, and support 20 of Time Partnerships and Benchmarking Maintain existing and develops new contacts within the candidate's professional network of cyber security peers and leading security consultantsvendors. Continuously develops knowledge of evolving best practices through peer benchmarking, industry eventsassociations, and educational opportunities. Leverages partnership and relationships to benchmark existing and proposed cyber security solutions. dice cb Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Ability to influence senior leadership and partner cross-functionally Deep cybersecurity expertise with prior management of associated technologies, risk assessment, and incident response Experience leading a multi-disciplined cybersecurity organization dispersed geographically Professional network of cybersecurity leaders, law enforcement organizations, and government agencies both domestically and abroad Prior experience traveling and working internationally Strong verbal and written communication skills, especially with senior executives Ability to make decisions and solve problems especially where there is ambiguity Strong interpersonal, verbal, presentation, and written communication skills Comfortable shifting priorities and simultaneously engaging in and managing multiple projects Ability to influence through relationship building Discretion, integrity, and independent sound judgment in both designing and implementing processes Flexibility to respond 247 to urgent matters with a bias for decisive action Strong strategic acumen, leadership, confidence, and executive presence PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Preferred Professional Certifications Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), andor public sector equivalent

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