Cyber Analytics and Reporting Analyst, Assistant Vice President

Discover your opportunity with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), the 5th largest financial group in the world with total assets of over $2.4 trillion (as ranked by SNL Financial, April 2016) and 140,000 colleagues in nearly 50 countries. In the U.S., we?re 13,000 strong, working together to positively impact every customer, organization, and community we serve. We achieve this by delivering on our values, putting people first, fostering long-term relationships built on honesty and mutual understanding, and inspiring the best in each other. This is all part of our inclusive, high-performing culture supported by Total Rewards that include our cash balance pension plan. Join a team that?s working to fulfill its vision to be the world?s most trusted financial group.
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Senior Analyst position within the Cyber Analytics Reporting and Automation group within Enterprise Information Security.
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Interface with constituents
Provide executive level presentations
Identify operating metrics that enable our constituents (including business partners and regulators) to understand information security program progress and information security risks by business throughout the Bank.
Negotiate and/or build data feeds as needed.
Analyze the data to identify key issues, trends, and observations for the attention of management.
Produce the monthly reporting pack within specified deadlines. Ensure clear, concise and risk focused presentation.
Respond to inquiries as needed.
Drive enhancements to the MIS that enables business and technology leaders to understand the state of health of the information security program.
Stay current with information security program developments, industry frameworks, and changes in the Bank that may impact reporting
? Bachelor?s degree in Statistics, Mathematics, Computer Science, or related discipline
? Minimum 5 years? experience designing, enhancing, implementing or working with data feeds, or producing information security metrics reports.
? Experience with SQL to extract, classify, and convert data.
? Working knowledge of information security industry frameworks (i.e. NIST Cybersecurity Framework, FFIEC)
? Knowledge in Linux and UNIX environments
? Knowledge of regulatory environment as it applies to information security within financial services industry
? Expert level proficiency in one or more database and presentation tools (e.g. SQL, Access, PowerPoint, etc.)
? Excellent interpersonal relationship skills
? Aptitude for remaining calm and objective under pressure
? Articulate, concise and intelligent communicator (verbal and written)
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Job: Systems / Technology
Title: Cyber Analytics and Reporting Analyst, Assistant Vice President
Location: CALIFORNIA-Monterey Park
Requisition ID: 10021903-WD
Other Locations: ARIZONA-Tempe

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