Addison, Texas

Job Description:

The Information Security Network Architect is responsible for helping to define, drive, and deliver major components of Bank of America's security strategy. The Information Security Network Architect will work with subject matter experts and business owners to deliver world-class secure by design solutions. Knowledge and experience with information security controls, infrastructure and implementation techniques, and industry bets practices are key components to this role. The Information Security Network Architect will demonstrate extraordinary organizational and cross-functional communication skills to function as both a team member and individual contributor to drive successful outcomes and best practices across the Enterprise.

In this role, you will partner the enterprise's senior leaders and subject matter experts to assist with defining the strategy and roadmaps for technology products, service standards, and governance routines that impact the global Corporation. You will be partnering with leadership across the Bank to design controls, governance routines, and service alternatives that mature the enterprise's security and reduce associated risks.

The Information Security Network Architect may provide direction to multiple cross functional enterprise teams that research, engineer, test, implement, communicate, monitor, and maintain solutions supporting the Bank's information security policies and/or procedures. The Information Security Network Architect will utilize their in-depth knowledge and business requirements to design and engineer secure solutions to meet customer/client needs, or to address critical audit findings while protecting the Bank's data assets.

Required Skills:
  • Experience with both External and Insider Threat as focus areas within Information Security
  • Experience with the operation and management of network devices and security controls; switches, routers, firewalls, load balancers, proxy devices, wireless access points and controllers, network access controls, security policies
  • Expert level understanding of network transports, protocols, routing, SDWAN, SDN, and other common enterprise and carrier grade network technologies.
  • Experience independently leading complex designs of enterprise architectures including; LAN, WAN, MAN, WLAN, B2B, C2B, DMZ, enclaves, remote access, corporate campus, satellite offices, data centers, CoLo deployments, and cloud deployments
  • Experience developing and documenting mitigation strategies and techniques for attack surface reduction, containment, remediation, and resiliency
  • Familiarity and experience with "common knowledge collections"; examples CSF, NIST, ISACA, SANS, ISC2
  • Experience with Microsoft Office suite including MS Project and Visio
  • Ability to navigate and work effectively across a complex, geographically dispersed organization
  • Exceptional communication and customer relationship skills
  • Ability to build consensus and cooperation as well as to influence, interact and negotiate with senior leadership in the organization
  • Knowledge of change and project management methodologies and principles and the ability to integrate them into project design
  • Broad knowledge of Information Security technologies, techniques and processes
  • Experience leading complex technical projects, meeting target timelines, facilitating project meetings, authoring project documentation, issue resolution, and project resource identification
  • Demonstrable ability to self-direct creation of the vision and implementation of strategic patterns across the enterprise, with minimal supervision to achieve program goals
  • Excellent process design capability to improve overall efficiency, mitigate resource conflicts, and improve customer/client experience


Enterprise Role Overview:
Responsible for defining an architectural vision and architecture for large complex solutions, which aligns with the enterprise architecture strategy, technology and platform choices. Describes the solution intent and the associated operating environment, determining the primary systems/subsystems and their interfaces, defining non-functional requirements and architectural runway to support new epics/features and expand into new opportunities. Ensures the solution is fit for purpose and use by working with stakeholders, vendors/service providers, and evaluating the impact of strategic design decisions. Contributes to best practices, standard templates, and the architecture roadmap for defined domains. Contributes in the creation of the architecture roadmap of defined domains (Business, Application, Data and Technology) in support of the product roadmap. Contributes to the development of best practices including standardized templates. Works across business and technology to create the solution intent and architectural vision for large complex solutions and evolves it based on an emerging backlog. Leads rapid shaping of a high level architecture with details filled in with emerging business requirements; ensures architecture is flexible and modular and designed to adapt easily. Facilitates solution driven discussions, leads the design of complex architectures, and finds creative solutions through practical experiments and POCs. Works with Product Manager/Owner to plan and prioritize technology focused backlog items for the architecture runway to enable business epics/features and expand into new opportunities. Clarifies the architecture for the development teams to support implementation, and provides solution options to resolve any architectural impediments. Performs design and code reviews to ensure all non-functional requirements for a solution are sufficiently met (e.g. security, performance, maintainability, scalability, usability, and reliability). Supports the Principal Engineer as needed to select the technology stack needed for solutions, and helps select preferred technology products. Educates team members on the technology practices, standardization strategies and best practices to create innovative solutions. Individual Contributor.

Job Band:
H4

Shift:
1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:
40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:
0
--> Job Description:

The Information Security Network Architect is responsible for helping to define, drive, and deliver major components of Bank of America's security strategy. The Information Security Network Architect will work with subject matter experts and business owners to deliver world-class secure by design solutions. Knowledge and experience with information security controls, infrastructure and implementation techniques, and industry bets practices are key components to this role. The Information Security Network Architect will demonstrate extraordinary organizational and cross-functional communication skills to function as both a team member and individual contributor to drive successful outcomes and best practices across the Enterprise.

In this role, you will partner the enterprise's senior leaders and subject matter experts to assist with defining the strategy and roadmaps for technology products, service standards, and governance routines that impact the global Corporation. You will be partnering with leadership across the Bank to design controls, governance routines, and service alternatives that mature the enterprise's security and reduce associated risks.

The Information Security Network Architect may provide direction to multiple cross functional enterprise teams that research, engineer, test, implement, communicate, monitor, and maintain solutions supporting the Bank's information security policies and/or procedures. The Information Security Network Architect will utilize their in-depth knowledge and business requirements to design and engineer secure solutions to meet customer/client needs, or to address critical audit findings while protecting the Bank's data assets.

Required Skills:
  • Experience with both External and Insider Threat as focus areas within Information Security
  • Experience with the operation and management of network devices and security controls; switches, routers, firewalls, load balancers, proxy devices, wireless access points and controllers, network access controls, security policies
  • Expert level understanding of network transports, protocols, routing, SDWAN, SDN, and other common enterprise and carrier grade network technologies.
  • Experience independently leading complex designs of enterprise architectures including; LAN, WAN, MAN, WLAN, B2B, C2B, DMZ, enclaves, remote access, corporate campus, satellite offices, data centers, CoLo deployments, and cloud deployments
  • Experience developing and documenting mitigation strategies and techniques for attack surface reduction, containment, remediation, and resiliency
  • Familiarity and experience with "common knowledge collections"; examples CSF, NIST, ISACA, SANS, ISC2
  • Experience with Microsoft Office suite including MS Project and Visio
  • Ability to navigate and work effectively across a complex, geographically dispersed organization
  • Exceptional communication and customer relationship skills
  • Ability to build consensus and cooperation as well as to influence, interact and negotiate with senior leadership in the organization
  • Knowledge of change and project management methodologies and principles and the ability to integrate them into project design
  • Broad knowledge of Information Security technologies, techniques and processes
  • Experience leading complex technical projects, meeting target timelines, facilitating project meetings, authoring project documentation, issue resolution, and project resource identification
  • Demonstrable ability to self-direct creation of the vision and implementation of strategic patterns across the enterprise, with minimal supervision to achieve program goals
  • Excellent process design capability to improve overall efficiency, mitigate resource conflicts, and improve customer/client experience


Enterprise Role Overview:
Responsible for defining an architectural vision and architecture for large complex solutions, which aligns with the enterprise architecture strategy, technology and platform choices. Describes the solution intent and the associated operating environment, determining the primary systems/subsystems and their interfaces, defining non-functional requirements and architectural runway to support new epics/features and expand into new opportunities. Ensures the solution is fit for purpose and use by working with stakeholders, vendors/service providers, and evaluating the impact of strategic design decisions. Contributes to best practices, standard templates, and the architecture roadmap for defined domains. Contributes in the creation of the architecture roadmap of defined domains (Business, Application, Data and Technology) in support of the product roadmap. Contributes to the development of best practices including standardized templates. Works across business and technology to create the solution intent and architectural vision for large complex solutions and evolves it based on an emerging backlog. Leads rapid shaping of a high level architecture with details filled in with emerging business requirements; ensures architecture is flexible and modular and designed to adapt easily. Facilitates solution driven discussions, leads the design of complex architectures, and finds creative solutions through practical experiments and POCs. Works with Product Manager/Owner to plan and prioritize technology focused backlog items for the architecture runway to enable business epics/features and expand into new opportunities. Clarifies the architecture for the development teams to support implementation, and provides solution options to resolve any architectural impediments. Performs design and code reviews to ensure all non-functional requirements for a solution are sufficiently met (e.g. security, performance, maintainability, scalability, usability, and reliability). Supports the Principal Engineer as needed to select the technology stack needed for solutions, and helps select preferred technology products. Educates team members on the technology practices, standardization strategies and best practices to create innovative solutions. Individual Contributor.

Job Band:
H4

Shift:
1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:
40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:
0
Job Description:

The Information Security Network Architect is responsible for helping to define, drive, and deliver major components of Bank of America's security strategy. The Information Security Network Architect will work with subject matter experts and business owners to deliver world-class secure by design solutions. Knowledge and experience with information security controls, infrastructure and implementation techniques, and industry bets practices are key components to this role. The Information Security Network Architect will demonstrate extraordinary organizational and cross-functional communication skills to function as both a team member and individual contributor to drive successful outcomes and best practices across the Enterprise.

In this role, you will partner the enterprise's senior leaders and subject matter experts to assist with defining the strategy and roadmaps for technology products, service standards, and governance routines that impact the global Corporation. You will be partnering with leadership across the Bank to design controls, governance routines, and service alternatives that mature the enterprise's security and reduce associated risks.

The Information Security Network Architect may provide direction to multiple cross functional enterprise teams that research, engineer, test, implement, communicate, monitor, and maintain solutions supporting the Bank's information security policies and/or procedures. The Information Security Network Architect will utilize their in-depth knowledge and business requirements to design and engineer secure solutions to meet customer/client needs, or to address critical audit findings while protecting the Bank's data assets.

Required Skills:
  • Experience with both External and Insider Threat as focus areas within Information Security
  • Experience with the operation and management of network devices and security controls; switches, routers, firewalls, load balancers, proxy devices, wireless access points and controllers, network access controls, security policies
  • Expert level understanding of network transports, protocols, routing, SDWAN, SDN, and other common enterprise and carrier grade network technologies.
  • Experience independently leading complex designs of enterprise architectures including; LAN, WAN, MAN, WLAN, B2B, C2B, DMZ, enclaves, remote access, corporate campus, satellite offices, data centers, CoLo deployments, and cloud deployments
  • Experience developing and documenting mitigation strategies and techniques for attack surface reduction, containment, remediation, and resiliency
  • Familiarity and experience with "common knowledge collections"; examples CSF, NIST, ISACA, SANS, ISC2
  • Experience with Microsoft Office suite including MS Project and Visio
  • Ability to navigate and work effectively across a complex, geographically dispersed organization
  • Exceptional communication and customer relationship skills
  • Ability to build consensus and cooperation as well as to influence, interact and negotiate with senior leadership in the organization
  • Knowledge of change and project management methodologies and principles and the ability to integrate them into project design
  • Broad knowledge of Information Security technologies, techniques and processes
  • Experience leading complex technical projects, meeting target timelines, facilitating project meetings, authoring project documentation, issue resolution, and project resource identification
  • Demonstrable ability to self-direct creation of the vision and implementation of strategic patterns across the enterprise, with minimal supervision to achieve program goals
  • Excellent process design capability to improve overall efficiency, mitigate resource conflicts, and improve customer/client experience


Enterprise Role Overview:
Responsible for defining an architectural vision and architecture for large complex solutions, which aligns with the enterprise architecture strategy, technology and platform choices. Describes the solution intent and the associated operating environment, determining the primary systems/subsystems and their interfaces, defining non-functional requirements and architectural runway to support new epics/features and expand into new opportunities. Ensures the solution is fit for purpose and use by working with stakeholders, vendors/service providers, and evaluating the impact of strategic design decisions. Contributes to best practices, standard templates, and the architecture roadmap for defined domains. Contributes in the creation of the architecture roadmap of defined domains (Business, Application, Data and Technology) in support of the product roadmap. Contributes to the development of best practices including standardized templates. Works across business and technology to create the solution intent and architectural vision for large complex solutions and evolves it based on an emerging backlog. Leads rapid shaping of a high level architecture with details filled in with emerging business requirements; ensures architecture is flexible and modular and designed to adapt easily. Facilitates solution driven discussions, leads the design of complex architectures, and finds creative solutions through practical experiments and POCs. Works with Product Manager/Owner to plan and prioritize technology focused backlog items for the architecture runway to enable business epics/features and expand into new opportunities. Clarifies the architecture for the development teams to support implementation, and provides solution options to resolve any architectural impediments. Performs design and code reviews to ensure all non-functional requirements for a solution are sufficiently met (e.g. security, performance, maintainability, scalability, usability, and reliability). Supports the Principal Engineer as needed to select the technology stack needed for solutions, and helps select preferred technology products. Educates team members on the technology practices, standardization strategies and best practices to create innovative solutions. Individual Contributor.

Shift:
1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:
40
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