Information Security Compliance Analyst
Main Campus - Baytown, TX
Starting salary is $61,984 to $71,286. The initial salary offer is
commensurate with education and related work experience.
The Information Security Compliance Analyst is the designated
administrator of the Lee College Information Security Program TAC
This position provides assistance to the Chief Information Officer
in the operations of the Lee College Information Security Program,
as well as oversight and implementation of system-wide information
security strategies and solutions. Specific areas include IT
policy, continuity of IT operations, information security risk
assessment, information security operations review, and security
life cycle for information systems.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Develop, recommend, and establish policies, procedures, and
practices as necessary to protect Lee College information resources
against unauthorized or accidental modification, destruction, or
Design, coordinate and execute audit process, monitoring and
procedures to assess and measure company Governance, risks,
compliance with its security policies and procedures. Monitor
advancements in information privacy laws to ensure organizational
adaptation and compliance.
Identify and implement proactive and reactive technical
measures to detect vulnerabilities and to defend against external
and internal security threats.
Plan, implement and overseeing risk-related programs as per TAC
202 and other industry related frameworks & compliances.
Creating and coordinating proper reporting channels for compliance
issues. Developing compliance communications. Coordinating and
scheduling required compliance training for employees.
Provide consulting and technical support services to owners,
custodians, and users in defining and deploying cost-effective
security controls and protections.
Ensures College functions in a legal and ethical manner while
meeting its business goals. Responsible for developing Risk &
compliance programs, reviewing company policies, and advising
management on possible risks as per TAC202 state program and other
Establish, maintain, and institutionalize security incident
response procedures to ensure that security events are thoroughly
investigated, documented, and reported; that damage is minimized,
that risks are mitigated, and that remedial actions are taken to
Investigate or direct Governance, Risk and compliance security
issues, assess product, vulnerabilities, compliance, or operational
risks and develop risk management strategies.
Establish and publicize a security awareness program to achieve
and maintain a security-conscious user community.
Document, maintain, and obtain ongoing support for all aspects
of the information security program.
Monitor the effectiveness of strategies, activities, measures,
and controls designed to protect the College information
Assure executive management's awareness of legal and regulatory
changes that might impact the College information security and
privacy policies and practices.
Serve as Lee College internal and external point of contact for
information security matters.
Report frequently (at least annually) on the status and
effectiveness of the information security program as directed by
the Chief Information Officer (see TAC §202.73(a)).
Have authority for information security for the entire
institution (see TAC §202.71(a)(2)).
Develop and recommend policies and establish procedures and
practices, in cooperation with the information-owners and
custodians, necessary to ensure the security of information and
information resources against unauthorized or accidental
modification, destruction, or disclosure.
Coordinate the review of the data security requirements,
specifications, and, if applicable, third-party risk assessment of
any new computer applications or services that receive, maintain,
and/or share confidential data.
Verify that security requirements are identified and risk
mitigation plans are developed and contractually agreed to and
obligated prior to the purchase of information technology hardware,
software, and systems development services for any new high impact
computer applications or computer applications that receive,
maintain, and/or share confidential data.
Serve as liaison with assigned Lee College educational centers
for the purpose of monitoring information security program
effectiveness and compliance with program requirements.
Additional Duties & Responsibilities
Perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum Education, Experience, Knowledge, Skills &
Bachelor's (or higher) degree in a related field
Five (5) years of experience designing, implementing, auditing,
and/or managing information resources, information security, or
risk management projects, operations, and/or programs
Experience in the implementation of governance, risk, and
compliance strategies preferred
Experience working in a higher education setting preferred
Experience in Texas State government preferred
Must be able to work evenings and weekends as required
To apply, please visit https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/lee/jobs/3618719/information-security-compliance-analyst