Information Security Engineer II

Company Name:
Regions Financial
At Regions the Information Security Engineer is responsible for the research, technical analysis, recommendation, configuration, and administration of systems and procedures to ensure the protection of information processed, stored or transmitted.
Primary Responsibilities
Provides security design, consultation, and technology governance oversight for various projects and initiatives
Provides assistance to system users relative to information systems security matters
Undertakes complex projects requiring additional specialized technical knowledge
Acts as information liaison to various business unites and information technology departments
Acts as a resource for direction, training and guidance for less experienced staff
Requirements
High school diploma or GED and six years experience
Bachelors degree in a related field and four years experience
Must be able to prioritize assignments while working on multiple projects
Must have excellent writing and oral communication skills
Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) or other industry certification preferred.
Preferences
Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) or other industry certification
COBOL, Eztrieve, Assembler, CICS, C experience preferred for candidates with prior mainframe engineer experience; PERL, JAVA, .NET, SQL, SAS preferred for distributed engineers. Banking and Regions systems experience preferred, specifically in the area of deposits and loans.
Job Technology
Title: Information Security Engineer II
Location: Alabama-Hoover
Requisition ID: 46637

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