|IAM Controls Engineering and Process Improvement Analyst||Search Other Jobs|
Processes and responsibilities will include:
Design and execute evaluations of application, database, and server access-based control portfolio.
Assesses control compliance for recently integrated applications.
Use data analytics to scale control assessments and minimize impact on control owners and performers.
Partner with control performers to enhance access-related control design.
Identify themes, trends, and emerging risks for escalation and communication to management.
Consult with engineering teams regarding access risks related to emerging technologies and processes (e.g. RPA, Cloud, DevOps).
Identity and access management (IAM) technologies and business processes enable the creation, maintenance, and use of digital identity — ensuring that the right people gain access to the right materials and records at the right time. The IAM program serves the needs of Schwab by implementing IAM best practices via technologies and methods that improve convenience and ease of access for workforce members while safeguarding records and other key data. IAM Controls Engineering & Review is focused on the validation and continuous operating effectiveness of centralized IAM processes, including establishing and leveraging data assurance processes for continuous monitoring, process improvement, and risk mitigation for Schwab.
What you’ll do:
The Controls Engineering and Process Improvement is responsible for assessing operational Access Management risks and related controls prior to formal lines of defense testing. They will partner with the team’s analytics lead on using digitized control evaluation techniques, and consult with IAM control owners and performers on control design and enhancement.
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