Roles and Responsibilities
Design and deploy AWS Cloud infrastructure for multiple clients, ensuring security best practices are followed.
Create detailed technical documentation, such as network diagrams, to support the security management of client’s cloud environments.
Assist in developing privacy and security policies and procedures for new projects or enhancements to existing systems, adhering to industry best practices.
Collaborate with senior management and stakeholders in regular status meetings to discuss current projects and future initiatives.
Provide training to internal staff on Amazon Web Services (AWS) services, tools, and security best practices.
Develop a cloud-based security platform that monitors and analyzes data from multiple sources to identify potential threats.
Conduct penetration testing on the DHHS cloud infrastructure to identify vulnerabilities in its security systems.
Design and implement an automated system for detecting anomalous behavior within the DHHS cloud environment using machine learning algorithms.
Perform security assessments of web applications, networks, and systems to identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities.
Document findings and recommendations in security reports and presentations.
Implement security controls to mitigate identified security risks.
Conduct risk assessments to ensure compliance with the NIST 800-53 framework and HIPAA regulations.
Design and implement a comprehensive data loss prevention program to reduce sensitive information leakage.
Conduct penetration testing on web applications deployed on cloud platforms.
Leverage knowledge of cloud native security services provided by AWS/Azure/GCP cloud platforms.
Ensure the department’s security architecture aligns with federal, state, department, and industry best practices.
Possess or work towards obtaining relevant security certifications such as CISSP, CISA, CCSP, or any security specialty certification on one of the leading cloud platforms (AWS/Azure/GCP).